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TO THE RECORDS OF A YEAR AT
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GRADUATES • SPECIAL STUDENTS
DR. H . W . HURT
For outstanding contributions to Stetson University as Director of
Admissions, and for his never failing interest in all students, we are
proud to have the privilege of dedicating the 1956 HATTER to Dr.
H. W. Hurt, a man whose warm smile and kindly actions have enshrined
hi< memory in the hearts of hundreds of Stetson alums . . .
THE A I) >l I \
Once again, \<>u have demonstrated lliat Stetson spirit has faith in the future!
Mter the Christmas lire of L954 had destroyed our onl) dining facility. I asked you whether
\..u wished the dining room immediatel) rebuilt with the fire insurance receipts or whether you
would he willing to wait for funds to lie raised for a dining room large enough for our increased
-Indent body. With one voice, you said you preferred to wait for a larger Commons. Within a few
months, sufficient funds were in hand to build this new Commons. Hut. something else had happened
|.\ then. P>\ this time, you were making light of the inconvenience of standing in lines outdoors while
waiting to get into the basement of the Men's Gymnasium to a hastily-improvised, temporary cafeteria.
and \ mi were dreaming of something more than a Commons, i ou talked about a Student I nion Build-
in^ which would be the center-piece of the campus— a building in which all the students could center their
social and recreational activities, with dining facilities occupying onl) one portion. Without a dis-
senting voice, you urged that the money we had accumulated not be used now to build a separate
dining hall, hut that additional funds he sought to finance the larger project - tomorrow.
Two >ears ma\ not he ver\ long in the seventy-three year life-span of an institution. But. it is
a long time for students of one generation to suffer inconveniences in order that students of another
generation may have a richer college life, and so, in the name of future Stetson men and women
who will enjoy all the pleasant experiences to come with the new Student Union Building. 1 salute
the -tudents of 1955 and L956 and say: "Thank you. Once again, you have proved that Stetson spirit
has faith in the future— faith that the best days of Stetson are ahead of us."
J. OLLIE EDMUNDS
CHARLES H. FRANKLIN
C. HOWARD HOPKINS
Dean of the University
<;eor<;f. w. hood
Dean of Men. Director of Guidance
ETTER McTEER TURNER
Dean of ^ omen
MARY ED\A PARKER
Assistant Dean of Women
A. F. TUTTLE
Director of Admissions
J. BLANFORD TAYLOR
Director of News Bureau
CARL H. JOHNSON
Assistant Dean of Men
BARBARA ROW E
WILLIAM II. McCAMMON
Director of Rcligiou* Activities
G. E. GILL1LAND
Director of Alumni Affairs
The College of Liberal Arts is the oldest and largest of the
four universit) colleges. Elizabeth Hall. Flagler Science Hall
and Holmes Hall comprise the classroom area. While attending
Stetson, ever) student comes in contact with the Liberal Arts
School. It is the core of the education of every student, from
the business student to the music or law major. The Liberal
Arts prepares student-- to enter the world to earn gainful em-
ployment and instills them with a permanent love and appreci-
ation of the arts, letters and sciences which surround us. This
in itself gives an added enjoyment and enrichment to our lives.
WILLIAM H. McENIRY
Dean of Liberal Arts School
LIBERAL ARTS SCHOOL OFFICERS: DONNA ROE, Vice-President;
MALCOLM GLASS, Treasurer; MARY ALICE SMITH, Secretary;
WAYNE CHASTA1N, President.
RAY V. SOWERS. Professor of Education, 1<HR, A.B.. LL.D.. Florida South-
ern College; M.A.. University of North Carolina.
RANDOLPH LAURIE CARTER. Professor of Education. 1444. A.B., Mercer
Universitj ; M.A., Columbia Universitj : Ph.D.. Peabody College.
FRANK R. TUBBS. Assistant Director of Interns. 1947, A. B.. Maryville Col-
lege; M.S.. University of Tennessee.
RUBERT JAMES LONGSTREET. Professor of Education, 1949, B.S.. LL.B.,
Stetson University; M.A., Duke University.
RUTH 1. SMITH. Assistant Professor of Education, 1954, B.S.. Pennsylvania
Slate Teachers College, Slippery Rock; M.A., Ed.D., University of Pittsburgh.
JOHN L. HODGES. Assistant Professor of German, 1954, A.B., M.A.. Ph.D..
University of North Carolina.
FRANCES CLABAUGH THORNTON. Professor of French. 1934. A.B.. M.A.,
Stetson University; Docteur es Lettres de ['Universite de Toulouse.
JAMES \. sTF.W \RT. Professor of Philosophy and Dean of the (.hapei.
1955. Diploma in Theology. Baptist Theological College of Ireland: M.R.E..
New Orleans Theological Seminary; Ph.D.. Eastern I niversity; D.D.. Stet-
BENSON WILMS DAVIS. Professor of Philosophy and Classical Languages,
1938. \.P... M.A., Ph.D.. Urv'versity of North Carolina.
DORIS MM. \R.IONA. Professor of Spanish. 1938. A.B.. University of Mich-
igan; M.A., Ph.D.. Universitj of Chicago: Litt.D.. Northern Michigan
ESTHER \l. HICK. Assistant Professor of Physical Education, 1941. B.S..
\l. \.. Stetson 1 niversity.
JOE BERRY. Instructor in Physical Education. 1953. B.S., Bowling Green
State I niversity.
SAR \ STAFF JERNIGAN. Professor of Physical Education, 1937. U.S.. M.A..
Stetson I niversity.
\\ VRREN CASSIUS COWELL, 'Professoi of Physical Education. 1935. B.S..
Kansas State Agricultural College: M.A., I niversity of Florida.
ELIZABETH AUTREY, issociate Professor of Physical Education. 1946, B.S.,
Florida State College for Women: M.S.. I niversitj of Wisconsin.
WESLEY \1. BERNER, issistant Professoi of Physical Education. 1947. B.S.,
Pacific 1 niversity: M.A.. Stetson I niversity.
.1. DAVID BARBER, Issistant Professoi of Political Science, 1955. A.B., M.A.,
Universitj "I Chicago.
E\ UNS COMBS JOHNSON, Assistant Professor ol History and Political
Science, 1953. \.l',.. M.A., I nil :rsity of Alabama; Ph.D.. University of North
JAMES MELVIN I'KK.l. Issistant Professor of History, 1953. B.A., State Uni-
versitj of Iowa; M.A., Columbia University.
ROYAL GLENN HALL. Visiting Professoi of History, 1953, V.B., Park Col-
lege; B.D., Auburn Theological Seminary; M.A., Universitj of Kansas;
Ph.D.. University of Chicago.
WESLEY E. FARMER. Colonel, USA. Professor ol Military Science and
Tat tics, 1952. A.B.. University of Washington.
ALBERT M. AVERY. JR.. Captain, USA. Assistant Professor of Military
Science and Tactics. 1954. B.S.C.. University of Mississippi.
REX T. HENRY. Major. USA. Assistant Professor of Militan Science and
Tactics. 1954. B.S.C.. Drake University.
VERNON R. KIELY. Assistant Professor of Economics, 1955. B.S.. M.S.,
Iowa State College.
JAMES A. SARTAIN, Assistant Professor of Sociology, 1955. B.S.. Alabama
State Teachers College, Troy; M.A.. Peabody College.
RICHARD F. ERICSON. Professor of Economics. 1952. A.B.. M.B.A.. Uni-
versity (if Chicago; Ph.D., Indiana University.
SIDNEY B. DENMAN, Assistant Professor ol Social Psychology. 1950. A.B..
Mississippi College: M.A., Tulane University.
MELVIN J. WILLIAMS. Professor of Sociology. 1952. A.B.. B.D.. Ph.D..
JOHN E. BARTHEL. Assistant Professor of Economics. 1955. Diplom-Volks-
wirt. Doktor rer. pol.. University of Berlin.
WILLIAM H. McCAMMON. JR.. Assistant Professor ol Religion. 1952. A.B.,
University of Tennessee. M.R.E.. D.R.E.. Southwestern Baptist Theological
E. EARL JOINER, Assistant Professor of Religion. 1955. A.B.. Stetson Uni-
versity; B.D., Th.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
THOMAS E. McCOLLOUGH. Assistant Professor of Religion. 1955. B.B.A..
LIniversity of Texas; B.D.. Th.D.. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
W. LAWRENCE H1GHFILL. Assistant Professor of Religion. 1953. A.B.. Wake
Forest College; B.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D.. Duke
OLIVER LaFAYETTE WALKER. Professor of Religion, 1945. A.B.. Howard
College; Th.M.. Th.D.. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
CARL HERBERT JOHNSON. Assistant Professor of Geography. 1935. B.S.,
M.A., Stetson University.
CURTIS MILTON LOWRY, Professor of Mathematics and Engineering. 1926.
B.S. in M.E., M.A.. M.E.. BuckneU University.
EMMETT S. ASHCRAFT, Associate Professor of Mathematics. 1949. B.S..
Wake Forest College; M.A.. University of North Carolina.
ROBERT S. CHAUV1N, Assistant Professor of Geography. 1950. B.S., State
University Teachers College. Plattsburg. New York; M.Ed.. University of
Houston: M.A.. Ed. I).. Columbia University.
MORGAN WELCH. Assistant Professor of Journalism. 1949. B.S.. M.S.. North-
BOYCE FOWLER EZELL, Professor of Psychology, 1922, A.B.. Furman Uni-
versity; M.A.. Stetson University; Ph.D., University of South Carolina.
WARREN F. JONES. JR.. Assistant Professor of Psychology, 1955. B.S.. Union
University; M.A., Peabody College: Ph.D.. Vanderbilt University.
El GENE R. STREICH, Assistant Professor of Psychology, 1952, Ph.B.. Uni-
versity of Wisconsin; M.Litt., University of Pittsburgh.
DOROTHY LANGFORD FULLER. Associate Professor of Biology, 1941, A.B..
M.A., Stetson University.
KEITH L. HANSEN. Assistant Professor of Biology. 1955. M.S.. M.S.. Stetson
University: Ph.D., University of Florida.
ALBERT M. WINCHESTER. Professor of Biology, 1947. A.B.. Baylor Uni-
versity; M.A., Ph. I*.. 1 niversitj of Texas.
\1. DALE SUMMERS, Assistant Professor of Art. 1955, B.F.A.. University of
JOHN V. VAUGHEN. Professor of Chemistry, 1946, A.B.. Oberlin College:
Ph.D.. Johns Hopkins University.
LOUIS FREUND, Artist in Residence, 1949, University of Missouri: St. Louis
School of Fine Arts: Colerossi Academy. Paris; Princeton University; Fine
\rts Center. Colorado Springs.
THEODORE W. BE1LER. Issociate Professor of Chemistry, 1953. B.S.. Alle-
gheny College; M.A., Ph.D., Harvard University.
VERA BUCK HALL. I isiting Associate Professor of Modern Languages. 1953.
\.B.. Colorado State College of Education: M.A.. Colorado College; Ph.D..
Univer-.it> of Iowa.
\I \RY TRIBBLE LOW RY Associate Professor of English and Secretary of the
Fa< nits, 1 <j2.t. Ph. I!., M.A., >ici~on University.
I'.DW \RD \. McDOWELL. 111. Assistant Professor of English. 1954. LB.,
Furman University; B.D.. Yale University: M.A.. Yanderhill I imersity.
WILLIAM HUGH McENIRY, JR.. Professor of English. 1910. A.B.. Birming-
ham-Southern College: M.A.. Ph.D.. Vanderbilt Llniver.-ity.
AUDREY BRUNE. Assistant Professor of English. 1955. A.B.. New York Uni-
versit) : M.A., State Uriiversit) oi Iowa.
JOHN HICKS. Professor of English. 1949, V.B., M.A., Universits of Louis-
ville; Ph.D.. University of Iowa.
GUI OWEN, JR.. Assistant Professor of English. 1955. A.B.. M.S.. Ph.D..
Universits of North Carolina.
in RON H. GIBSON, 1'roiessor of English. 1946, V.B., Birmingham-Southern
College; M.A.. Ph.D.. I niversitj of Illinois.
The School of Business was established in 1940. It is housed
in its own building on the main campus. The college graduate
entering business without special preparation suffers a handi-
cap; similarly one who confines his study to business is hand-
icapped. The program of the School of Business, therefore, is
a combination of academic and business subjects. The Faculty
endeavors to cultivate in students those qualities of mind and
character that will make useful citizens with high ideals of
business morality and social responsibility. Students are en-
couraged to acquire a clear understanding of modern industrial
soi ict\ and of their responsibilities and opportunities in it.
EDWARD C. FURLONG
Detnt of Business School
BUSINESS SCHOOL OFFICERS: FRED SEMAIN1E. Treas-
urer; LOUISE SMART, Secretary; JAMES MARSEE, Vice-
President; BOBBY CRUMPTON, President.
CLINTON A. BERGSTRESSER, Visiting Assistant Professor ol
Business Administration, 194H. A.H., M.A.. Lafayette College:
M.S., University of Pennsylvania.
CAROL J. N1CKLAS, Assistant Professor ol Secretarial Science,
1954; B.S., M.B.A., Indiana University.
riiWk \l. PHILLIPS. I isiting Professor of Mathematics ami
Statistics; Bachelor of Didactics. Newton College; Master of
Didactics, Iowa State Normal School; A. 15.. Iowa State Teach-
ers College; M.A., State University of Iowa; Ph.D.. University
G. WILLARD FREEMAN. Visiting Professor of Business idmin-
is/ration: D.B.S., Webber College.
DAVID \\ . MILLER. Assistant Professor of Business Adminis-
tration, 1955; U.S.. B.A., University of Florida; C.P.A.
NI)HM\ SMITH. Secretary to the Dean of Business Adminis-
VERNON R. KIELY, Assistant Professor ol Economics, 1955;
U.S.. M.S.. lima State College.
ROGER 0. GILES, I isiting Instructor in Business Administra-
tion; A.I!.. Florida Southern College; LL.B., Cumberland Uni-
versity; 1. 1. .11.. Stetson University.
ARTHUR H. LEAVITT, Assistant Professor of Business Admin-
istration: M.E.. Cornell University.
MAXINE L. PATTERSON, Associate Professor of Secretarial
Science. 1948: U.S.. Man Washington College of the University
of Virginia: M.B.E.. I 'nis er-it > of Colorado.
DAVID M. BEIGHTS, Professor of Accounting, L953; V.B., Uni-
versitj ol Colorado; M.S.. Ph.D.. University of Illinois, C.P.A.
GAIL Ml RPHY, / isiting Assistant Professor of Business Admin-
istration. 1955; M.F.T.. American Institute for Foreign Trade.
\<IIOOI Ol MUSIC
The Stetson School of Music is a member of the National
Association of Schools of Music. The school prepares stu-
dents for the music professions, including the teaching of
music in the public schools and the directing of church
music. There is a preparatory department for children and
for students whose previous training has been insufficient.
The School is housed in DeLand Hall and Annex with sepa-
rate facilities for the bands and the orchestra in the Band
Hall. A specialized music library supplements the music-
literature collections of the University Library.
CLAl.'DE M. ALMAND
Opoii of Mnsi<- School
Ml SIC SCHOOL OFFICERS: EARL WILLIAMS. Vice-President;
JEANE SCULLER, President; PHYLLIS HANCOCK. Secretary;
PAT FIGl ERO. TreaMirer.
MAIO BA1 DWIN I'OW ELL. Assistant Professor of Voire. 1953. B.M.,
W >'-]eyan College; M.M.. Louisiana State I Diversity.
DONALD l HARLES 'l VXLEY, issistant Professor ol Wind and Per-
cussion Instruments. 1949. B.M.. M.A., Stetson I Diversity.
ELEANOR LEEK. Associate Professor ol I ioloncello and Theory. 1946.
B.M., M.M.. Eastman School of Music.
RICHARD McDOWELL FEASEL, Associate Professor ol Kind Instru-
ments. 1946, B.M., M.A., Stetson University.
EDGAR CI DDEBACK STRIKER. Instructor in Music Literature.
Theory, ami Piano. 1954. B.M., Stetson University; M.\L. Florida
State I Diversity.
KATHLEEN ALLEN JOHNSON. Assistant Professor of Piano. 1951.
B.M., Stetson University; A.I!.. Eastman School of Music; M.A.,
Stetson I Diversity.
VERONICA DAM- GOVE, Professor of Music Education. 1931. B.M..
I niversitj ol Illinois: M.A.. Columbia University.
ROGER I.. CI SHM \\. Associate Professor of Piano and Theory. 1950.
B.M., M.M., 'tale University; Piano with Harold Bauer. Nicholas
Medtner, and Tobian Matthay.
RUTH RICHARDSON CARR. \ssisiant Professor of Church Music,
1946, B.S., Houghton Co liege; M.M.. Eastman School of Music.
HAROLD MILNE GIFFIN, Professor of Voice, 1935, VI!.. Denison
University; B.M., M.A., Eastman School of Music.
I VCK HADDOIN COLDIRON. Instructor in loi,e. 1955. B.M., Metson
JACK CALVIN HOWE. Instructor in Church Musi'. 1951. \.B.. Oua-
chita College: M.S.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
CLAI DE M. \I.\1\M). Professor ol Music, 1953. VI!.. B.M., Louisi-
ana College: M.M., Louisiana ^tatc University; Ph.D., University "t
FRANK H. LUKER, Visiting Professor „i Piano, 1952, VI!.. Boston
DR. WILLIAM H. McENIRY
Chairman of Graduate Council
W. Bruce Abernethy
Edward John Akers
Amir II. Atlikhani
Norma Monaghan Avery
George Paul Burhans
Vina Mangligot Daludado
Donald K. Emery
David M. Garrison
Paul T. Hanloii
Ami! Fred Hennings
Agnes L. Hurd
Fay J. Kriceic
John Kenneth Lynch
Jahan Ara Malik
Richard Warren Pearce
Mary Tyler Prichard
Elizabeth Theresa Rigby
Jean Kathryn Suppell
Betty Jean Temple
Richard Louis Towle
Douglas F. Wessell
Alma Morris Wright
George Joseph Rau
Doris Ann Slaughter
COLLEGE OF LAW
H. L. SEBRING
Dean of Late School
The College of Law was founded in 1900 and it has the distinction of being
the oldest law school in the state of Florida. It was located in DeLand until the
summer of 1954. At this time the College was moved to a new ten-acre campus
in the Gulfport section of St. Petersburg, Florida. The new location provides
ready access to the courts, agencies, and all institutional facilities of the entire
Tampa Bay metropolitan area, the largest concentration of population in
Florida. The buildings themselves are representations of Spanish architecture,
complete with a replica oi the famous Golden Tower of Seville. The stud) "I
law is a twentv-four hour a dav process and the air of fine living on this campus
provides a good atmosphere for the stud) that is required for prospective
H. F. ARCHIBALD
GLADYS S. HENDERSON
MARY BETH TOLLESON
Food Serviee Direetor
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GRANVILLE MASON ALLEY. JR.. Lecturer in Law;
A.B.. Stetson I rmersity: LL.B.. I niversity of Alabama:
I.L.M.. Columbia University.
JAMES (). DAVIS. JR.. Lecturer in Law: LL.B.. Univers
ity of Alabama.
BAY \ M. HARRISON. JR.. Lecturer in Law: LL.B., Uni-
versity of Floriila.
ROY FRANCIS HOWES, Professor of Law: M.A.. Man-
ford I Diversity; LL.B.. Cornell University; S.J.D., New
1 oik I niversity.
WILLIAM O. MORRIS. Assistant Professor of Law: V.B.,
College of William and Mary: LL.B.. I ni\er-it> of
FRANCIS BATES NICHOLSON, Assistant Professor of
Law: A.B.. Wofford College: LL.B.. University of South
Carolina: LL.M.. The George Washington I niversity.
WILLIAM REECE SMITH. JR.. Lecturer in Law: B.S.,
I niversity of South Carolina: LL.B.. University of Flor-
Ill RTOIS STEVENSON, tssistant Professor of Law: U.S..
LL.B.. Ohio State University; LL.M., Yale I niversity.
JOHN .1. TRENAM, Lecture! in Law; B.S., LL.B., George-
town I niversity.
VICTOR o. WEHLE, Lecturer in Law: LL.B.. Cornell
1 Inivei sity.
C. JOHN COMGLIO President
ROBERT E. FLIER Vice President
C. RAY GREENE. JR. . . Secretury-Treasurer
GEORGE W. PHILLIPS, JOSEPH W.
FLEECE, JR Honor Court Justices
s i: \ ions
CARROLL A. BURKE Sanlord
Phi Delta Phi; Clerk. Honor Court.
ROSWELL BUSHNELL, III DeLand
Thomas Law Club; Vice President, Stetson Student Bar Associa-
tion; Justice. Phi Aloha Delta.
DONALD F. CASTOR St. Petersburg
JAMES A. CATANIA, JR. Hasbrouck Heights, V. J.
Clerk, Honor Court: Executive Committee: Chairman of Annual
Party: Public Relations Committee.
C. JOHN CONIGLIO Tampa
Honor Court: President. Senior Class.
JOHN R. FOLTZ St. Petersburg
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Delta Theta Phi: Legal Aid Program; Treas-
urer. President. Stetson Student Bar Association.
ROBERT E. FLER St. Petersburg
Chief Justice. Honor Court.
WILLIAM \1. OILLESP1E Veto Smyrna Beach
Clerk. Honor Court: Phi Alpha Delta.
RAYMOND HODGES St. Petersburg
I'M I. H. LEE Orlando
Phi Delta Phi; Social Chairman. Rush Chairman. Lambda Chi
Alpha: President, Scabbard & Blade: Outstanding Cadet I R. O.
T. C.I 1953.
JAMES P. MANSFIELD St. Petersburg
Historian, Clerk. Phi Delta Phi: Chief Justice. Honor Court.
GI EN OSBORNE. JR. Orlando
President. Junior Cla--: Chief Justice. Honor Court: Phi Delta Phi.
ROBERT C. SALISBURY Palm Beach
Honor Court; Associate Editor. Stetson Survey of Law: Chairman.
Legal Aid Program Committee; Historian. Phi Delta Phi.
ALLEN R. SAM! ELS St. Petersburg
S. WILLIAM SOHNCEN. JR. St. Petersburg
WILLIAM S. WREN DeLand
Pi Kappa Phi: ODK: Scroll & ke> : Who's Who: Sigma Delta Pi;
Men's Council: Magister. Phi Delta Phi.
J I \ I O It S
RICHARD T. DILLON President
RORERT E. JAGGER Vice President
JAMES L. DeMOULLY Secretory-Treasurer
JOHN J. DiVITO Honor Court Justice
JAMES P. HAHN Honor Court Justice
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% Mi Life
Samuel R. Rrahm
Carolyn R. Daniel
Richard T. Dillon
John J. DiVito
Curlis A. Golden
James P. Hahn
II. Eugene Johnson
George W. Jones
Lester S. Kafer
IT infer Park
Arthur Leonhardt. Jr.
Jack S. Newsome
David E. O'Neil
Bar City. Mich.
Louis Ossinsky, Jr.
Jo Ann Taylor
William H. Linger
James W. Winters
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JAMES W. WINTERS • ■ ■ President
RUSSELL TROUTMAN Vice President
HOWARD RORDEN Secretary
JOHN R. FREERORN Treasurer
H. EUGENE JOHNSON Honor Court Justice
WILLIAM C. STRODE Honor Court Justice
Gardner W. Reekett
Grover C. Criswell, Jr.
Clinton A. Curtis
Rorfc Island. III.
Alan E. Fearns
Harvey S. Firestone III
Charles J. Franson
Thomas H. Greene
John A. Guvton, Jr.
William E. Hogan, Jr.
Lemuel S. Hunnirutt
Orville C. Johnson
Elmer D. Langford
William H. Lott
Joe A. MrClain
Harvey D. MrCollum, Jr.
M. Terry MeNab
Gerald R. McNulty
William J. Roberts
William R. Stark
Michigan City. Ind.
Robert A. Stebbins
John C. Stetson
Rochester. V. Y.
'W illiam C. Strode
John I. Todd. Jr.
William J. Touchton, Jr.
FT inter Haven
II. Russell I i ..hi mill
Huntington. W, Va.
V. Yale Whidden
Fred J. Wilder
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who follow in the Class
Section will come leaders in
a variety of professions;
leaders who will carry with
them into their fields
the Stetson ideals.
MARTIN STEPHENS President
CAROLINE MelNNIS Vice President
SUE REYNOLDS Secretary
CAROLYN McMULLEN Treasurer
Standing: Martin Stephens and Caroline Mclnnis
Sealed: Sue Reynolds and Carolyn MeMullen.
THE SENIOR CLASS
During our four years here at Stetson, the Class of *.% has seen many
changes. Probably the most drastic was the fire of "undetermined origin" that
destroyed the Commons building in our Junior year when we were vacationing
at home during Christmas. We have seen the erection of five new dormitories
for the men and North Hall for the women. One of our last and biggest sur-
prises was the announcement that plans for the $1,000,000 Student Union
Building were complete and that we mav hope to see it standing not too many
homecomings hence when we return as "old alums."
\s the years pass on we shall forget much that has happened during our
tenure here, but some memories will lasi throughout. With the last notes of the
Recessional sounding in our ears, we put away our caps and gowns, realizing
thai this is it. and we are Seniors no longer.
CAPS, GOWNS, TASSLES, DIPLOMAS
ADAMS, DOROTHY JEAIN St. Augustine
MUSIC: Alpha Dexioma; Y. W. A., Music Director; A. G. O.: Soi ial
Leader; Sub-Dean: Glee Club, "Key Member." Publicity Man-
ager; Travel Squad: Phi Beta: Madrigal Group: B. S. U. Executive
Council. Music Director.
/.. /.. Ministerial Association, Treasurer.
ALLEN. JOHN NELSON
ALMAND. ORAN D
Ml Sll Glee Club. Student Leader: Travel Squad.
ALTMAN, MERYYN Columbus. Ca.
MUSIC; Transfer Student; (dee Club. Men's Business Manager:
Travel Squad; Pi Kappa Phi: It. S. U.; \.. G. O.; Rules and Pro-
AMORT, ALBERT R.
ANDERSON, ANN Hiami
L. A.: Delta Delta Delta: Theta Alpha Phi. President: Sigma Delta
Pi. Historian; Freshman Advisor.
ARNETTE. SADIE Port St. Joe
L. A.: Women's Executive Council, Secretar> : Chaudoin House Coun-
cil; V W. \.: P.. S. I .
BAINBRIDGE. NORMA JEAN Palatka
/.. A.: Delta Delta Delta. Rush Chairman; Pan-Hellenii Council;
l'>. S. (J., Executive Council: North Hall House Council: F. T. A..
Chaplain: Freshman Advisor.
BALL, GENEVA LOl ISE
Beasley Bohanun Bowers
Best Booker Bowers
BEASLEY, JULIA ELAINE Sarasota
BEST, DAVID Fi. Meade
BUSINESS; "S" Club; Varsitj Football; Sigma Nu.
BOIIANAN, JOHN HUDSON Lakeland
BUSINESS; Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer; Stetson University Political
Forum, Vice President; Honor Roll; Green Feather Committee.
BOOKEB, PALL M DeLand
BUSINESS; Straj Greek.
BOWEBS, EMORY DeLtmil
BOWEBS, FRANCES MARIAN DeLand
BRASHER. GENE DeLaml
BRONNER, EILEEN MARY D>L„ml
BROWN, HARRY M Fi. Lauderdale
BUSINESS; I'i Kappa Phi, Treasurer; Newman Club, President;
Accountancy Club; S. C. A.
BRYAN, FRANK ROBERT Miami
L. A.; Ministerial Association: li. S. U.
l'-' X : J!
REGISTRATION, EDUCATION, EXAMINATION, GRADUATIOI
Bl RNETTE. CAROLYN Frostproof
L. A.: Delta Helta Delta. (Chaplain. Librarian: K\eeuti\e Council.
North Hall. Chaudoin; B. S. I .. Secretary : F. T. A.. Treasurer: Sec-
retary, Junior Cla^s.
CARPENTER, MARY REDMAN Winter Garden
L. A.: Wesley Foundation. Social Chairman; F. T. A. Student Adivsor.
CARSON, EDWIN PRIDMORE Beresford
CHANDLER. RALPH CLARK Pensacola
L. 1.: S. G. \.. President: Who's Who; Pi Kappa Phi; O. D. K.
CHANEY, BARBARA ANN Tampa
Ml SIC; Phi Beta. Nice President, Corresponding Secretary: Y. W. V.
i hnii-tri: (.lee Club: Travel Squad, "Kej Member."
CHANG. YI HAN Peiping. China
L. A.: Gamma Sigma Epsilon, President: Foreign Student Club. Pres-
ident: Phi Society, Vice President: Archaeology Club: Kappa Pi.
Social and Publicity Chairman: Beta Beta Beta: REPORTER Staff:
Der Deutsche Verein; International Relations Club: Honor Roll.
CHASTAIN, WAYNE Jacksonville
L. A.; Pi Kappa Phi. Warden. President: President. L. A.: Sigma
Pi Kappa: REPORTER Stall: Vice President, Junior Class; 15. S. I ..
Executive Council; I. F. ('.: Ministerial Association; Stover Theater
House Manager: Homecoming Committee; Student Advisor.
CLARK. WILLIAM V DeLand
COLANTUONO, NICHOLAS GEORGE . . . Cliff fide Park. Y. j*.
L. A.. "S" Club, Social Chairman: Varsitv Football; Newman Club.
CONN. JOHN MORTON DeLand
L. I.. Theta Upha Phi: Phi Society, Treasurer: Scroll and Kev.
\ ice President.
s i: \ ions
CONRAD, RICHARD ELLINGTON
L. A.; Gamma Theta Epsilon; Kappa Delta Pi.
Orlando DECKER, MARJORY ANN
Kansas City, Mo.
COOK, CHARLES ALLEN
L. A.; Pi Kappa Phi; Der Deutsche Verein.
DELANEY, ANN .
L. A.: Pi Beta Phi.
CRUMPTON, RORERT DeLand DOSWELL, SALL1E RAE Ft. Lauderdale
BUSINESS; "S" Club, President; Varsity Basketball. Captain; ().
D. K.; Wind's Who; Sigma Nu, Pledge Trainer; Commerce Club,
Treasurer; Baseball Team; Business School. President; Honor Roll.
BUSINESS- Delta Delta Delta. Secretary; Theta Alpha Phi. Vice
President; Canterbury Club.
DAW SON, TACY MOORE
DUCHESNEAU, DONALD A. Miami
BUSINESS; Lambda Chi Alpha. Ru-.li Chairman; I. F. C; Com-
merce Club, President; Newman Club; Student Advisor; Honor Roll.
"^T' -s T^f^^r
I 'I' o li. I.I
s i: \ i o it s
EDENFIELD. JOYCE Stuart
EDWARDS, JOHN II Cullman, Ala.
L. A.: Men's Physical Education Majors Club, President; Athletic
Trainer; Baseball Team: Circle "K": F. T. \.
ELLIS, DAPHINE FAYE Orlando
L. A.: Alpha Dexioma; F. T. A.; Clee Club.
ENGELL. DON Y West Palm Beach
BUSINESS; Delta Nana Phi. Pledge Trainer: I. F. C; Canterbury
Club; Intramural Board.
EVANS, RANSEL K Hark Ridge. 111.
Ml Sl( ; \1. E. N. C, President; F. \1. E. A.. Treasurer; Kappa
Delta Pi: Kappa Kappa I'-i. \ ice President; Orchestra. Secretary;
Kami. Operations Officer; Weslej Foundation; Honor Roll; Outstand-
ing Freshman Bandsman Award: I niversity Brass Ensemble.
FERRELL, BERTA SUE Palatka
BUSINESS; S. (.. A.. Vice President; Business School, Secretary.
\ ice President; The Honor. Vice President: Alpha \i Delta. Vice
President: Professional Business Club, President: Kappa Delta Pi:
Military Ball Queen: R. 0. T. C. Sponsor: Who's Who: B. S. I .;
F. T. A.; Pan-Hellenic Council. Secretary; University Academic
FERRELL, CAREY E., JR Palatka
HI SINESS; Sigma Nu
FOREHAND, ROBERT VERNON St. Augustine
L. A.: Ministerial Association, Chorister, Program Chairman: B. S. I..
Extension Chairman. Youth Revival Chairman; (dee (dub. Travel
Squad; Circle "K." Treasurer; Summer Student Missionary to Ja-
FOSTER, DAVID MORRIS Jacksonville
L. I.: I!. S. I .. President; Sigma Nu, Commander; Homecoming
Mayoi : 0. D. K.. Treasurer; Scroll and Key: Phi Society; Distin-
guished Militan Student; Scabbard and Blade; Basketball Manager:
"S" Club; Wine'- Who; Outstanding R. 0. I. I < adet; Men's Coun-
cil; I niversity Scholarship; Outstanding Senior.
FOX, CHARLES EDWARD, JR DeLand
BUSINESS; Sigma Nu, Outstanding Pledge. Reporter, Rush Chair-
s i: \ i (mi s
GIBSON, JOHN S DeLand
L. A.: Pi Kappa Phi: "S" Club; Tennis Team: Sigma Alpha Omega.
GILLILAND, GEORGE EDWARD DeLaml
III SINESS; Sigma Nu, Rush Chairman. Social Chairman: "S" Club:
GODDARD, JOHN D Lakeland
BUSINESS: Pi Kappa Phi. Treasurer.
GREEN, HAL Jacksonville
I.. I.: \lini-terial Association, Activities Chairman, Pulpit Supplj
HANSON. ROBERT EDWARD Orlando
L. I.: Pi Kappa Phi. Social Chairman. Warden: Scabbard and Blade:
Psi Society, Vice President.
HARPER, FRANCES Jacksonville
I.. I.: Alpha Dexioma, Pledge Trainer, Vice President, Treasurer:
Y. W. V., Vice President; B. S. I'.. Enlistment Vice President:
Women'- Student Government Association: ' 'haudoin House Council:
F. T. A.: Who's Who: Freshman Advisor: Freshman Counselor;
HARTING. RUTH ANNE Orlando
L. A.: Upha \i Delta. Rush Chairman; REPORTER Staff. Feature
Editor: HATTER STAFF, Secretary to the Editor. Feature Editor:
Pan-Hellenic Vice President: Kappa Delta Pi: Phi Alpha Theta:
Sigma Tau Delta. President; The Honor, Secretary. Treasurer; Com-
mons Committee: Homecoming Committee: Hatter Holiday Commit-
tee; Westminster Fellowship; F. T. A.: Y. W. A.: Student Advisor:
Honor Roll; University Party. Executive Council.
HATHAWAY. FRANK ALLAN Racine. Wis.
BUSINESS: HATTER Staff. Assistant Business Manager; I. F. C.
Treasurer; Scabbard and Blade; Honor Guard; Homecoming Com-
mittee; Traffic Committee Chairman; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Secretary,
HEDGEPETH, ROBERT EDWARD Sarasota
I.. A.: Circle "K": Scabbard and Blade: Distinguished Militarj Stu-
HERNDON, GEORGE B Sanford
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HIERS, ELIZABETH ANN Macclenny
Bl SIN ESS.
HILBISH, SHIRLEY LOU DeLand
HOGLE, RICHARD RAYMOND DeLand
MOLLIS. MARK C Lakeland
BUSINESS; Pi Kappa Phi, Historian, Treasurer; Theta Alpha Phi,
treasurer; R. 0. T. C, Captain: Honor Guard; Scabbard and Blade:
Iccountanu Club President; Treasurer, Sophomore Class; Student
HOLMES. Bl RTON Jacksonville
I.. /.. Lambda Chi Alpha, President, Rush Chairman, Pledge Trainer:
S. G. \.. Treasurer; HATTER Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Photographer;
<). 1). K.: Sigma l'i Kappa, Vice President; Sigma Tau Delta; Who's
Wlm: I. I'. ( .: I'„I,I„:,iim„- l',„ard: Honor Roll; REPORTER Staff:
Rules and Procedure Committee: Florida Inter-Collegiate Pre— \-
sociation: I'imer-il* Part* : Library Committee.
HOLMES. IRA DeLand
L. A.: Lambda Chi Alpha. Secretary Pledge Trainer: I. F. C; Stu-
dent Advisor: Traffic Court.
HOUSTON, JOHN EDWARD Dania
BUSINESS; Pi Kappa Upha, President. Treasurer: I. F. (..: Circle
"K": Accountancy Club; Honor Guard; Rules and Procedure Com-
HOWARD. THOMAS Statesboro, (ia.
HUFFSTETLER, LESLIE R Eustis
BUSINESS; Pi Kappa Phi. President, Pledge Train.-,. Warden: Circle
"K"; I. F. C.
HUMPHRIES, JACOl EI.INE LEONA Winter Garden
L. A.: F. T. A.. Historian: Kappa Delta Pi.
I -I 1 1 I • • 1 1
s i: \ i o it s
HI RST, HARRY RAY Winter Beach
L. A.: Sigma Tau Delta: La Franciade; Honor Guard; Ministerial
Association, Pianist: Circle "K."
IMGRUND, JOH>. JR West Orange. V. J.
L. A.: Pi Kappa Phi: Mr. Stetson; Varsity Basketball, Football, Base-
ball: All-State Basketball. Football.
JKNklNS. MARLENE Orlando
I.. I.: 11. S. I.: Y. W. \.: Glee (Hub: Women's Council, Brittain
KALEEL, WILLIAM CHARLES. JR St. Petersburg
1:1 SINESS; Delta Sigma Phi; I. F. C: Golf Team.
KERCHER, PAUL Ft. Lauderdale
I - (.; Psi Sociel President: Student Handbook. Editor: Ministerial
Association, Vice President. (Chairman of Radio Commission, Publicity
Chairman; Transfei •-indent: REPORTER Staff. Religion Editor.
Columnist; H \TTER Staff. Junior Class Editor. Senior Class Editor:
Student I nion Building Committee: Commons Committee: Circle
"K," Chairman of Education Committee: Chairman of Public Rela-
tion.-; La Franciade: B. S. I .: Student Advisor: Sigma Pi Kappa:
Honor Roll; Delta Sigma Phi.
MUSE, EDWINA PELLETIER DeLanil
BUSINESS; .Newman (dub: Accounting Club; Commerce Club.
RUHR, JOSEPH THOMAS Daytona Beach
LAIRD. WILLIAM EVERETTE Ft. Myers
LAINSING, CHARLES WILLIAM Sanford
LANTON, TERRELL DeLand
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LAUDER. BARBARA DALE Ocala
L. A.; Who's Who; Alpha \i Delia. Pledge Trainer: La Franciade,
President. Secretary; Sigma Tau Delia. Secretary; Theta Alpha Phi.
Publicity Chairman; I'-i Society; Student Advisor; Lambda Chi
Alpha Sweetheart: Publications Board; HATTEK Staff. Secretary to
the Editor. Administration Editor; REPORTER Staff, Circulation
Manager; Canterbury Club; F. T. A.: University Party.
LITTLE, JESSE RAYMOND West Palm Bench
111 SINESS Delta Sigma Phi. President: Men's Council, Vice Presi-
dent; Junior (Mas.. Treasurer: Student Handbook. Editor: Brittain
Hall House Council: Disciple Student Fellowship. President: Circle
"K": Sigma Pi Kappa: 1. F. (.'.: Rules and Procedure Committee:
Traffic Court; Traffic Committee.
II \. GEORGE Front Royal, Va.
L. A.: Sigma Phi Epsih.n. Historian. Secretary. Vice President: Gam-
ma Theta I psilon, Secretary.
LYON, DORIS MAE Ludington, Mich.
L. A.; Tau Beta Sigma: Kappa Pi; Alpha Xi Delta. Social Chairman.
Historian: F. T. A.: Y. \\ . A.. Program Chairman. Publicity Chair
man: HATTER Beauty Contest, Chairman; B. S. 1 .; Freshman Ad-
visor; Guidance Committee; Religinus Focus Vi eek Committee; Mis:,
HATTER Beauty. 1952: Liberal Vrts, Secretary.
McBRYDE. LEWIS L Sanford, V. C.
HI SINESS; Sigma Nu: Physical Education Major's Club: \ arsit)
Football: "S" Club.
I.OGKE, DONALD RALPH Winter Haven
\II SH Glee i lub, Travel Squad, "Kes Member": B. S. I .. Music
Director; Hand: Religious Focus Week, Mu-ic Co-Chairman: I'i Kap-
Mcdowell, day id, g Springfield, m.
Bl SINESS; Delta Sigma Phi. Pledge Master, Treasurer; Varsirs
Baseball, Captain; "S" Club; Homecoming Committee, Parade Chair-
man; Hatter Holiday Dance Chairman: Dormitory Manager.
LOFGREN, NANC1 Bradenton
I.. I.: Beta Beta Beta. Secretary.
LOVELL, RICHARD NF.AL Tampa
I.. (.: Circle "K," President; Ministerial Association; B. S. I . Exec
McINNIS. CAROLINE DOUGLAS Sanford
L. A.: Delta Delta Delta. Pledge Trainer. Chaplain, \ ice President.
President; Westminster Fellowship, Stetson President. Mate Presi-
dent: Senior ( lass, Vice President: K. 0. T. C. Sponsor; F. T. \.:
Pan-Hellenic Council; Who's Who; Homecoming Committee; S. ' L;
II \ ITER Beauty Contest; Religious Focus Week Committee; Stetson
1 1 ill House Council.
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McKEE. BETTY LAWRENCE Laurel. Miss.
L. A.: Phi Mu. Corresponding Secretary: Beta Beta Beta; Honor Roll:
McMULLEN, CAROLYN Larpn
L. A.: Weslej Foundation, Secretary. Treasurer. Vice President; Wom-
en's Council: Secretary. Stetson Hall; Vice President. North Hall:
Alpha \i Delta. Journal Correspondent. Treasurer. Social Chairman:
Kappa Pi. Secretary: Rules and Procedure Committee; Student Union
Building Committee; Who's Who; Freshman Advisor; HATTER
McNEILL, HAROLD LACY Sanford. N. c.
BUSINESS; Sigma Nu; Mi. Stetson; Var-it> Football; "S" Club.
MALCOLM, HENRY WEBR Tampa
L. A.: Westminster Fellowship, President: S. I '.. \.. President: Sig-
ma Nu. Chaplain: REPORTER. Religion Editor: Religious Funis
Week, 1956, General Chairman.
MARQUIS, DENNIS CHARLES
MARTIN, BRUCE EDWARD 4uburndale
L. A.: Phi Society. Secretary : .Ministerial Association. Secretary;
B. S. U.. Executive Council. Enlistment Vice President. Devotional
Vice President; Honor Roll; Religious Focus Week Committee.
MARTIN, FRANK ALFORD Jacksonville
L. A.: President. Sophomore Class; REPORTER Staff; HATTER
Staff: Scabbard and Blade: Sigma Tau Delta; Sigma Nu; Minis-
terial Association: Student Advisor.
MARTIN, JUNE Jacksonville
L. A.: Pi Beta Phi, Recording Secretary; HATTER Staff; Y. W. \..
Executive Council; Women's Executive Council, Representative-at-
Large; Sigma Tau Delta.
MASSEY, MARIE JENSON Ft. Lauderdale
L. A.: Band; Tau Beta Sigma. Treasurer; Phi Mu. Pledge Master:
F. T. \.
MERHILL. HARRIETTE DICK Holly Hill
s i: \ mmi s
MEYER, ALLAN EDWARD Elmhursl. III.
BUSINESS; Sigma Nu, Chaplain, Sports Manager: Distinguished
Military Student; Scabbard ami Blade: Honor Guard; Theta Alpha
Phi; Lutheran Student Association; Who's Who; Secretary. Stetson
MIDGETT. EDWARD Veir Smyrna Beach
Ml MS, JUNE Winter Garden
MONN, DON Eustis
BUSINESS: Delta Sigma Phi.
MOON, MARY VELORA Oviedo
L. A.; Beta Beta Beta.
MOORE, WAYNELLE SARA West Palm Beach
L. A.: B. S. V., Secretary; Y. W. \.: Rules and Procedures Commit-
tee; Homecoming Committee: Hatter Holiday Committee; Homecom-
ing Court: REPORTER StatT: Women's Council: Social Chairman,
MORGAN, DAVID Boston, Hast.
MOTES, JOANNE Palatka
L. A.: Homecoming Hostess; The Honor, Secretary-Treasurer, Presi-
dent; Pi Beta I'lci. Secretary, Vice President, President; I'lii Beta,
Corresponding Secretary; Gamma Theta I psilon, Vice President;
Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Upha Theta; Pan Hellenic I ouncil; Glee Club;
Travel Squad; F. T. \.: 11. S. I .: Y. W. V: Freshman Vd visor;
Honor Roll; Who's Who.
MONTGOMERY, DOROTHY Si. Petersburg
/.. I.: F. 7. I.. II VTTER Staff; Kappa Delta Pi.
MURPHY, JAMES E Pensacola
I.. I.; Ministerial Association; Dec Deutsche Verein.
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OTT, MELVIN Ocala
BUSINESS; Sigma Nu.
OWEN, TERRY Orlando
\n sit -
OWENS, NANCY LEE Umatilla
L. A.. Alpha Xi Delia. Corresponding Secretary. Executive Council:
Gamma Theta Upsilon, Treasurer: Stetson Hall Council, President:
Women's Executive Council; 1!. S. U.; Y. W. A.; REPORTER Staff:
Religious Focus Week Committee; Chaudoin House Council.
PALMER, ROBERT D Daytona Beach
L. A.: Gamma Sigma Epsilon.
PATTON, ROBERT ARTHUR, JR DeLand
PEEK, GOLVERNEIR FRANKLYN DeLand
PIERSON, ROBERT ANDREW DeLand
PINKERTON. DOUGLAS CHARLES Paintsville, Ky.
BUSINESS; Political Forum; House Council. Men's Dorm-.
PLANK, CHESTER WILLIAM Sanford
PLATO, ROBERT St. Petersburg
I.. L; Pi Kappa Mi-lia: Psi Society; REPORTER Stall.
S I \ I O It s
PLLNKETT, JOHN L.
ROBERTS, VANN RIDLEY Jack
MUSIC; German Club. President: Glee Club. Travel Squad: Madri-
REYNOLDS, SUE LORRAINE Daytona Beach
L.A.; Alpha Xi Delta. President. Secretary, Pledge Trainer; The
Honor; S. <•. A.. Secretary: Secretary. Freshman Class; Secretary.
Senior Class; Secretary. School of Libera] Arts: Westminster Fellow-
ship, Vice President. Program Chairman. Social Chairman: HATTEK
Stall. Section Editor: REPORTER Staff: Sigma Pi Kappa.
RIRRE. ROGER JOEL Lakeland
I . I. Kappa Delta Pi: Honor Roll; Circle "K."
RISHELL. JAMES. A.. JR Daytona Beach
RIVERS, ELIZABETH ELLEN Savannah. Ga.
I . I.: Delta Delta Delta. Recording Secretary. Pan Hellenic Repre-
sentative; Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary; Freshman Vdvisor; F.T.A.
ROE, DONNA LEE Plant City
L. A.; Glee Club; Freshman Danforth Leadership Award: Freshman
Chemistry Award: Delta Delta Delta. Chaplain. Pledge Trainer; Li-
brary Committee: V \\ . V: I!. S. I.. Executive Council; HATTER
■Mat!: Pan-Hellenic Council. Vice President. President; Stetson House
Council; Women's Student Government Executive Council. President:
Vice President. Liberal Arts; Honor Roll: Beta Beta Beta: Kappa
Delta Pi: The Honor: Who'- Who: Homecoming Court.
ROGERS, WILLIAM Jacksonville
/ I . Pi Kappa Phi.
ROSE, CLARENCE Orlando
/-.. A.; Circle "K"; Ministerial Association; Library Committee;
B S. U.
ROSE, NORMA JEAN STEPHENS St. Augustine
L. A.. \. W. \.: Ministerial Wives; B. S. I .
s i: \ i on s
SANKS, CHARLES RANDOLPH Miami
L. A.: Ministerial Association, President, Vice President. Secretary:
Phi Society, President; 0. D. K., President; Scroll and Key, Presi-
dent; Circle "K." Vice President; Sam R. Marks Prize; B. S. U.,
Executive Council; Who's Who; Honor Roll; Freshman Advisor.
SAPP, BARRARA JANE New Smyrna Bench
L. A.; Phi Mu. Treasurer. Vice President, President; Pan-Hellenic
Council; Gamma Theta Upsilon.
SCHEIFERSTEIIN, JEAN Vermilion. Ohio
BUSINESS; Transfer Student: Stray Greeks, Treasurer.
SCHULER, JEANE G1RRS Winter Haren
SELLERS, CHARLES C, JR Rockledge
L. A.: I niversit> Scholarship; Scroll and Key. Treasurer; Phi Society.
Vice President; Honor Roll; Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Treasurer; Lab
Instructor; Iter Deutsche \erein: Band; Archaeology Society; West-
SHEAROUSE, SANDRA LOUISE Tampa
L. A.: Women's Professional Club. Treasurer. Vice President, Presi-
dent: Delta Delta Delta. Activities Chairman: University Party; F.
T. A.; Golf Team.
SILVERS, RICHARD, JR Jacksonville
L. A.: Varsity Football; "S" Club: Pi Kappa Alpha: Physical Educa-
tion Majors Club. Vice President.
SIMMONS, EARL DeLand
L. A.: Ministerial Association, Scholarship Fund Chairman; Circle
SLATER, GAYLE DeLand
SLAUGHTER, FRANKLIN LEE Bristol, Tenn.
BUSINESS: Pi Kappa Alpha. Secretary. Treasurer, Vice-President.
President; 1. F. C. President, Secretary: Men's Intramural Hoard:
Homecoming Committee, Chairman. 1954; University Party.
SMITH, MARTHA DIANE Ft. Lauderdale
L. A.: Zeta Tau Alpha. Secretary; Women's House Council, Secre-
tary: Pan-Hellenic Council: Sigma Tau Delta: La Franciade; Rules
and Procedure Committee, Secretary.
SMITH, JOHN PARKER New Hampton, V. H.
Ill SINESS; Delia Siema Phi.
SMITH, PAIL STANLEY Pittsburgh. Pa.
HI SINESS; Pi Kappa Phi.
SNYDER, WALTER LONG Lake Worth
I.. I.; Band; Kappa Kappa l'-i. Vice President; Delta Sigma Phi,
House Manager; Intramural Chairman, Treasurer .
SPEARS, DOYLE CARLTON Wauchula
STEINKAMP, JENNY LV Flemingsburg. A,.
L. A.: Cheerleader: F. T. A.. Vice President, President; President.
North Hall Council: Women'- Executive Council; Delta Delta Delta,
Rush Chairman. Pledge Trainer; Pan-Hellenic Council: Freshman
Advisor; Who'- Who.
STEPHENS, GEORGE MARTIN Umatilla
BUSINESS; 0. D. K.: Men'- Council, President; Scabbard and
Blade; President, Junior and Senior Clas-e-: Sigma \u. Treasurer;
Glee < lub; Accountancy Club; Homecoming Committee; Who'- W ho
STEPHENSON. GENE REID Winter Park
I.. A.: "S" Club, President; Delta Sigma Phi. Sergeant-al Arms, Nice
President: Scahhard and Blade: \ ar-it > Fooiliall. Captain: Men's
Council; Dormitors Manager: Who- Who.
STIRRS. SUE ALICE DeLaad
I. [.; Zeta Tau Alpha, Ma-ler of Ritual; Psi Society; S. C. A.;
Disciples Student Fellowship, \ ice President: F. T. \.: Homecoming
Committee; HATTER Staff, Junior Editor.
STILIANOI . JOHN THEODORE \ete Smyrna Beach
Stl »- k I. 111. I
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STONE, JOYCE ELAINE Hastings
BUSINESS; Alpha Xi Delta; B. S. U.; Professional Business Club,
President. Secretary, Treasurer; F. T. A.
STRICKLAND, MARY JO Cleanvater
L. A.; Transfer Student; I!. S. U., Executive Council; Delta Delta
Delta. Women's Council; V \\ . A.: Guidance Committee; F. T. A.;
THOMAS, BEATRICE LILLIAN Jacksonville
Bl SINESS Upha Xi Delta. House Manager; Theta Alpha Phi;
Women's Council; Westminster Fellowship; Commerce Club, Secre-
tary; Accountancy Club, Secretary.
THORN. THOMAS HAMILTON Winter Park
m si \ /. SS
TOLLESON, SYLVELIN St. Petersburg
WEST. DOYLE Lakeland
BUSINESS: Delta Sigma Phi; Varsitj Football; Conrad Hall House
Council; "S" Club.
WESTERVELT, JOHN PARSONS Umatilla
L. A.: Sigma Nu. Pledge Trainer, Recorder; Scabbard and Blade.
WH1DDON. CARL SCOTT Perry
L. A.: Pi Kappa Phi, Chaplain: Theta Alpha Phi; O. I). K.; Minis-
terial Association; Glee Club; Homecoming Publicity Chairman; Bas-
ketball Manager; "S" Club: B. S. U., Executive Council.
WHITE, RICHARD EDWARD Park Ridge. 111.
WHITr, LOUISE Sarasota
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WIIITAKER, ANN San ford
L. A.: Pi Beta Phi. Pledge Master. President; Pan-Hellenic Council.
Publicity Chairman: Freshman Advisor; F. T. A.; La Franciade:
American Association for Health. Physical Education and Recreation:
Kappa Delta Pi. Vice President; The Honor.
WILDER, CARNEY Pahokee
WILLIAMS, PATRICIA ANN St. Petersburg
I.. A.: B. S. I.: F. T. A.: Y. W. A.. President.
WTLLOl'GHBY, MARY BETH Louisville, Ky.
I.. A.: Kappa Pi. Treasurer. President: La Franciade: Student Ad-
visor; Pi Beta Phi. Treasurer. Scholarship Chairman. Executive Coun-
cil. 1 lomecoming < Vimmittee.
^<M \<.. BARBARA JANE Moravia, V. >.
Ill SINESS; Phi Mu, Secretary; Professional Business Club.
YOUNG, CHARLES S Inverness
BUSINESS: Lambda Chi Alpha: Sigma Tau Delta: Sigma Pi Kappa.
Treasurer: REPORTER. Business Manager. Photographer: HATTER
Staff. Photographer; Rules and Procedure Committee; Library Com-
YOUNG, JAMES DONALD Orlando
L. A.: Ministerial Association.
LEW IS, H. BERTRAM Lakeland
L. A.; Ministerial Association.
POLLAK, CAROLYN ANN Orlando
I.. !.. Alpha \i Delta: Kappa Pi: Weslej Foundation.
I ' FICERS
JERRY BROWN President
BARBARA HAMILTON . Vice President
CARYL ANDERSON Secretary
TOMMY CAITHEN Treasurer
Jerry Brown. BarEiaru Hamilton, Caryl Anderson, aiul Tommy Cauthen.
THE IIMOIt CLASS
In three years we have watched our class diminish in size hut grow
in knowledge. From the first days as freshmen when we started our course
in "Campusolog) 101'" to the day we viewed the charred remains of the
Commons and realized what w-e would miss and what college davs meant
to us and until the day we watched the Seniors march in to their own
Processional and realized that next year it would he US, we experienced
the man) joys of campus and college life. As we look forward to the
coming years it is with a certain amount of sadness at the thought that
only one year remains.
B. C. AKERS, L. A Jacksonville
TOM ALLERTON, L. A Mian,
CARYL ANDERSON, L. A Chicago. Ill
CAROLYN ANDERSON, L. A. St. Augustine
JACK ANTTONEN, L. A Round Lake. Ill
JACOB AYERS, Music Lexington. N. C
DAVE BARD, L. A Ft. Lauderdale
SECOND R O W
BARBARA BASS, L. A Tampa
JAMES BEANE, Music Lowell. N. C.
BOB BEEKMAN, Business St. Petersburg
TED BIGGS, JR.. Business Jacksonville
DON BIVINGS, L. A Palatka
BARBARA BLIZZARD. L. A Jacksonville
HARRIET BOGG, L. A Jacksonville
THIRD K O \\
HELEN BROCK, L. A DeLand
BILL BROWN, L. A Apopka
JERRY BROWN, Music Ft. Myers
MARY BURDICK, Music Neu Auburn. Wis.
BILL BURT, L. A Palatka
MABRY CARLTON, JR., L. A Wauchula
TOMMY CAITHEN, L. A Jacksonville
I I \ I O It s
JERLENE CLARK. L. A Dinsmore
SHIRLEY COLE, L. A Chicago. III.
TOM COOLEY, Music DeLand
SECOND R W
MARY LOU COPELAIND, Business .... Sanford
JOE COURSON, L. A Callahan
SANDRA CRAWFORD, L. A. . Rivers Forest. III.
THIRD R W
BILL CRISP, Business Atlanta
JEAN DICKSON, L. A Chattahoochee
ELLEN DRIGGERS, L. A Sanford
FRED DRIVER. L. A DeLand
SUZANNE DRIVER. L. A DeLand
BETSY DUCK, Music Suffolk. In.
JOHN DURANT, L. A Geneva, Ala
JOHN EDSTROM, L. A Cocoa
BETTY JANE FLOOD, L. A Ft. Lauderdale
BETTY GALLOWAY, L. A Jacksonville
ELEANOR GRAHAM, Business . . . . St. Augustine
GLEE GRIFFITH, L. A Bainbridge, Ga.
FIRST K () W
AL GUENTHER, L. A DeLand
BARBARA HAMILTON, L. A Sarasota
WAYNE HARTNUP, Business Sarasota
T. K. HEDRICK, Business Tampa
RAY HELPLING. L. A Wabasso
ZEKE HEPLER, L. A Miami
EDNA HIGGINBOTHAM, Business Orlando
JIM HILYER. L. A Sycamore, Ala.
JOAN HODGES. L. A Poi»/>«»« Beach
DARWIN HOLLAND. Business DeLand
ALENE HOLT, Musie Winter Garden
RICHARD HOPKINS. Business Pierson
PAULA HOVEY, Business Dunedin
DAVE HOWARD. Business Cape Girardeau. Mo.
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WILLIAM HOWELL. L. A Winter Park
JOHN HUCKLEBERRY. Business Boston. Ind.
MARY M. JEFFERS, L. A Jacksonville
SALLY JOBSON. L. A Atlanta, (.<•.
VERNON JOBSON, Business Atlanta. Go.
SALLY JOHNSON. I.. A Madison. II is.
JOE KAPLAN. L. A Orlando
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ANTHOULA KARANTINOS, L. A Titusville
BOB KENT. L. A Belle (Hade
JOLINE KICKLITER, L. A Stuart
GERALD KRUHM, Music . . . Silver Springs. Md.
RICHARD LACKEY, Business . . West Palm Beach
JERRY LAWRENCE, L. A Perry
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RICHARD LAYER, L. A LaGrange, Ky.
MARILYN LAYTON, Music Jacksonville
FOY LENNON, L. A Evergreen. N. C.
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BEVERLY McCLURE, L. A Jacksonville
JIM McCLAMORY, L. A Jacksonville
RUSSELL MrLEOD, L. A Apopka
WALTER McLIN, Business Tallahassee
NANCY MacGREGOR, L. A Talara. Pa.
ARLINE MAGUIRE, L. A DeLand
JOE MARRS, Business Daytona
VERONA MARTIN, Business Inverness
DORIS MAY, Music Greensboro, JV. C.
DICK MEREDITH, L. A Kinsman, Ohio
JANE MESSER, Business Athens, Ga.
BETTY MILLER, L. A DeLand
BUD MIZELL, Business Gainesville
JOHN MORGAN, L. A Colonial Beach, la.
MARY J. MURPHY, L. A Pensacola
DONNA JEAN NELMS, L. A Orlando
S E C O N D ROW
JOE NEWTON, L. A Newark. A. J.
MILDRED NEWTON, L. A Orlando
DUDLEY NUNLIST, L. A Orlando
BILL PATE, L. A Plant City
DEAN PETERSON, L. A St. Augustine
RENIE PETRIE, L. A DeLand
CANDY PLATO, L. A Leesburg
ROGER PORTER, L. A Jacksonville
CHARLES PRATHER, L. A Orlando
JIM PRICE, Business West Palm Beach
JULIANNE PRICHARD. L. A DeLand
WAYNE PRINGLE, L. A Ocala
RAY REYNOLDS, Business DeLand
BILL REYNOLDS, Business Miami
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RICHARD RIGSBY, L. A Miami
JOHN RISER, L. A Memphis. Tenn.
MARGE ROBERSON, L. A. . . New Smyrna Beach
ED ROBICK, L. A College Park. Ga.
LINDA ROGERS, L. A St. Petersburg
GERARDA SANBERG, L. A West Indies
JIM SCHEIFERSTEIN, Business . Vermilion. Ohio
FRED SEMANIE, Business . . . Springfield, Mass.
JERRY SHALEN, Business . . . Bridgeport. Conn.
KEITH SHAMROCK, Business . . Uniontotvn. Pa.
JAMES SHEPARD, Business DeLand
WALTER SHIREY, Business Miami
FORREST SHOWALTER, Business
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FBANCES SIMMONS, L. A Archer
BUD SIMPSON, L. A Pensacola
SIXTH R W
OLIVE SIMS, L. A Tavares
MARTHA JANE SINGELTARY, L. A. . Bradenton
FRANK SINGLETARY, L. A Valdosta, Ga.
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JOHN SMITH, I.. A Dartona
SYLVIA SMITH, L. A Jacksonville
GRADY SNOWDEN. L. A Jacksonville
KATHERINE SNYDER. Business Lake Worth
MAC STONES, L. A Dartona
DOTTY TETER, Music Kingsport, Ten,,.
JOHN THURBER, L. A Lake Worth
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HILL TISDALE, L. A Lansdowne, Pa.
RUTH TOCGWEILER. L. A Miami
LUTHER TOOLE, L. A Jacksonville
SALLY TURNER, Bu Cedar Keys
YVONNE WALDRON, L. A Orlando
RILL WALKER, Business Jacksonville
GORDON WELLS, Business College Park. Md.
THIRD R ( > W
EMMAGENE WEST, L. A Lafayette. Tenn.
BARBARA WEYEND, L. A Gotcanda. N. Y.
EDWARD WHITE, Business New Castle. Ind.
ROBERT WHITE. Business IT infer Park
ANN WILKINS, L. A Jacksonville
EARL WILLIAMS, Music Ormond Beach
CHARLES WOODWARD, Music Griffin. Ga.
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Ralph Turner, Merrill Maguire, Joe Folds, and Willabeth Peck.
JOE FOLDS President
RALPH TURNER Vice President
MERRILL MAGUIRE Secretary
WILLABETH PECK Treasurer
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
No more the green freshmen, we settled down to the routine of Stet-
son-life and waited for the "Sophomore Slump." Somehow we forgot
about it when we started meeting the new freshmen -- feeling so much
older by doing so — and greeting our old friends. For the last year we
ate in the Commons, now a temporary arrangement in the basement of
the Men's Gym. but for several more years we will enjoy the sound of
serenades ringing out through the night, and the sight of the fountain
on our trips to the library and through the Forest of Arden.
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F I li S T K () W
WILLIAM ABEL, L. A DeLand
CARROLL ABERNATHY, L. A Tampa
SAM ACREE. L. A I\e,c I'orl Richie
MARY ADDISON, L. A Panama City
NANCY ALLEN, L. A Logansport, Ind.
BLANCHE ALLIGOOD, L. A Key West
VICE I ANDERSON. L. A Manassas, Va.
MARY BAIER, L. A DeLand
JACQUELINE BAILEY, Business Ocala
JERRY BAILEY, Music Vero Beach
VIRGINIA BARLOW, L. A Miami
SANDRA BABROWS, Business Miami
WARNER BAUGHMAN, L. A Palatka
MARY JO BEAVEN, Business DeLand
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CAROL BELCHER, L. A Jacksonville Beach
SANDRA BELDEN, L. A West Palm Beach
W VYNE BELL, L. A Chicago. III.
JOHN BERRY, L. A AW Castle, Ky.
JOANNE BOLTON. L. A St. Petersburg
JAMES BOONE, Business Charlotte. \. C.
PATRICIA BOSS, . L. A Itlanta, (.a.
FOUR T H R W
JO BOSWELL, L. A Cynthiana, ky.
CAIL BOWERHON, L. A Copake. N. V.
MARY BOWYEB, L. A St. Petersburg
ANNE BOYTER, L. A Woodruff. S. C.
CATHY BROOKS, Business Hamilton. Calif.
STANLEY BKl'MLEY, Business San ford
JAMES BRYANT. L. A Jacksonville
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ROBY Bl CKALEW, Business Vero Beach
ARLENE BURKHART, Business Miami
CENE BURRELL, L. A. Hastings
HARRIETTS BUTLER, Business 4tlanta, Ga.
TOM BYRD, L. A Tampa
BOB CARNES, I.. A Chattanooga, Ten,,.
CLOE CARROLL, L. A St. Petersburg
ROSS CARTER, L. A Jacksonville
JAMES CHANDLER. Business Rome. Ga.
PAT CHAPMAN, L. A St. Petersburg
MEL CHRISTMAN, L. A Coral Gables
PATSY CHRISTIE, L. A Jacksonville
ANN CLARK, L. A Newberry. S. C.
JOANNA COBl RN, L. A Flourtoum, Pa.
MARILLA COLLINS, L. A Ft. Pierce
PATSY COLLINS. Business Sanford
BILL CONNELL, L. A Bradenton
HARRY CONNER, L. A Jacksonville
THOMAS COOKE, Business Winter Park
JANET COOPER. Business Homestead
JERRY CORLEY. Business Ft. Pierce
M \RIANNA COWLEY. L. A DeLand
NORMAN CRANE. L. A Hollywood
BILLY CRAYTON, L. A Independence, Mo.
JOAN CROMER, L. A Dania
MARGARET CROSBY, L. A DeLand
MARY CRUMPTON, L. A DeLand
JIM DAVIS, Business Atlanta. Ga.
FOURTH R » i \\
SUE DAVIS, L. A Orlando
BILL DELK, Music Miami
LARRY DELOZIER. L. A Tampa
JERRY DEYLOFF. L. A 4urelia, Iowa
JOHN DICKEY, Business Bristol. Va.
PAULA DUKE, L. A Dublin. Ga.
PATRICIA EDINGTON, Music St. Petersburg
JULIA EMERSON. L. A Jacksonville
ALLAN FAGAN. Business Miami
LEMUEL FAGAN, L. A Clewiston
PAUL FERGUSON, L. A DeLand
DORIS FERTIC, L. A Orlando
JIMMY FINLAYSON, Business DeLand
JOE FOLDS. L. A Miami
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BARBARA FREEMAN. L. A Washington, D. C.
FLANOLA FRINK, Music Melbourne
DONALD GAY, L. A Apopka
JIM BILL GEIR, L. A Belle Glade
CHARLES GERDING, Business Schenectady, V. I .
CHICK GERTNER, L. A Jacksonville
HOOT GIBSON. L. A Roanoke, fa.
DIAN GILL, L. A Ft. Walton
SECOND R \\
CARL GIPSON, L. A Pinion, Ala.
MALCOLM GLASS. L. A Winter Park
ALEX GONZALES. Business Son Juan, P. R.
JOHN GOODNOW, L. A St. Petersburg
WAYNE GRAHAM, Business Fl. Myers
JANET GREENE, L. A Miami
MEL GREGORY, L. A LaGrange. Ky.
CONRAD GRIMES. Music Charlotte. V. C.
THIRD R W
FRED HABEGGAR, L. A Rockledge
JOANN HAGAN, L. A Washington, D. C.
BILL HAMILTON, L. A Cocoa
PHYLLIS HANCOCK. Music Tampa
HENRY HARDIN. L. A Dunedin
JOYCE HARRELL. L. A s„,ari
JUNE HARRINGTON. Business Jacksonville Beach
M\RTHA HARRINGTON, L. A Miami
K IRTH R \Y
MARY HAYES, L. A Orlando
EISA HECKENDORF. L. A Sarasota
JIM HENDRICKSON. I.. A Pineville, Ky.
BENM BENNINGTON, Business Princeton
RAY HENRY, Business DeLand
DAVE HEWETT. L. A Panama City
BETTY HICKS, L. A Lincolnton, V. t .
PAT HIERS, Business Macclenny
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JIM HIGGINBOTHAM. L. A LaGrange. Ga.
VERNON HIGGS, Business Louisville. Ky.
Jl DY HILL. Music Suffolk, la.
>\M HO. L. A Hong Kong. China
JIM HODGE. L. A Jacksonville
JACKIE HOGUE, L. A Chattanooga. Tenn.
TERRY HOLLINCSWORTH. Business Ft. Lauderdale
S \ M HOLLOW AY. L. A Jacksonville
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ART HOLMES, Business Gainesville
JAMES HOPE, L. A DeLand
MARY LEE HOUSTON, Business Orlando
CAROLE HOWARD, L. A Memphis. Tenn.
ANNE HOWELL, L. A Jacksonville
RUTH HUDSON, L. A Umatilla
ANNE HUNTINGTON, Music Vineyard Harm. Mass.
SECOND R W
BARBARA JEWEL, I.. A DeLand
TOMMY JOHNSON, L. A Suffolk. In.
JOYCE JOHNSON, Business Clearwater
CHARLES JOLLEY, Business Troy. Pa.
JIRAYR KAYAIAN, Business Baghdad, Iraq
BARBARA KEII'ER, L. A DeLand
WARREN KENDALL. Business St. Petersburg
PIERRE KENNEDY, L. A Tampa
RAY KENNEDY, I.. A Apopka
JERRY KERN. Business Delray Beach
JOHN KILLEBREW. Business Oeala
AUDR1E KING, L. A Alexandria. Mass.
GEORGE KIRKLAND, L. A Largo
JIM KITCHENS, L. A Jacksonville
RICHARD KRAUSE. L. A Ft. Pierce
JANICE KRUEGER, L. A Leesburg
MARLENE LACKMAN, L. A Jacksonville
BILL LANCER, L. A Sarasota
EVELYN LOGAS, L. A DeLand
GAIL LUNDY, Business Eustis
PAT McBRIDE, Music Bayside. L. I.. IS. Y.
BILL MeCALL, Business Ml. Kisco, IS. Y.
BETTY MeCLENDON, L. A Eau Gallic
WAYNE McEACHIN, L. A Miami
MABVIN McMASTEB, L. A Orlando
TOM MePHERSON, Business Hollywood
DAWSON McQUAIG, L. A Jacksonville
MERRILL MAGUIBE. L. A Jacksonville
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DAVE MARCELL, L. A Del and
JAMES MARSEE, Business Williamsburg. Ky.
JAYIS MARSHALL, L. A High Point, IS. C.
BOB MARTIN, Business Keivanee, III.
BETTY JO MASON, L. A Tampa
AL MEADOR, L. A Ft. Pierce
DIANE MILFORD, L. A 4ilel. Ga.
ED MILLER, L. A Pleasantville, V. 1".
JOHN MILLER, L. A DeLand
ALICE MILLER, L. A Miami
PIERCE MOORE, L. A Graceville
CONNIE MORRIS, L. A Orlando
ERNIE MOULTON, L. A Vera Beach
BOB MINN. Business West Palm Beach
VIC MUZII, Business Coral Gables
GEORGE NEIKOM. Business Zephyrhills
KAY PAFFORD, L. A Jacksonville
DOROTHY PAGE. L. A Lake City
SONNY PARKER, L. A Stevensburg. Va.
VINCENT PARKER, L. A Oakland. »/«/.
JIM PARKHLRST, L. A Oneco. Conn.
MOLLIE PARRISH. Music Atlanta. Ga.
PAT PATTISON. Business Fenicc
JANICE PEACOCK, L. A Dublin. Ga.
WILLABETH PECK, Business Itlanta. Ga.
CAROLYN PETERS, L. A Clearwater
LARRY POINTER, L. A Tampa
SHELTON POOLE, Business Belle Glade
JON POWER, L. A ITVvf Palm Beach
LUCY RAND. L. A DeLand
BEN READ, L. A Keyser. W. Va.
CAROLYN REID, L. A Jasper
FIFTH R \\
GENE RICHARDSON, Business DeLand
ED RIPLEY, L. A Venice
FRED ROBERTS. L. A Daytona Beach
HERBERT ROBERTSON, Music Clearwater
HELEN RODE, L. A Ft. Lauderdale
JIM RODGERS. L. A Tamp,,
DAVE ROLLINS, Business Charleston. W ". Va.
JOAN ROUSSEAU, L. A Bradenton
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JUDY ROYAL, L. A Brooksville
CLAUDE RUMER, L. A Doylestoivn. Pa.
JEAN RUSSELL, L. A Montgomery, Ala.
JANET RYAN, Music Apopka
DICK SALTRICK, Business Vniontoicn. Pa.
SUSIE SARGENT, L. A Guanlanamo, Cuba
CLINTON SCHULTZ, L. A Brooksville
JIM SIIARPTON, L. A Norfolk. Va.
CARL SHAWVER. L. A Tampa
REBECCA SHEETS, L. A Reidsville, JV. C.
JACK SHIPMAN, Business Robinson. III.
RUTH SIMS, Music- Pinetta
LOUIS SKILLMAN, Business DeLand
NANCY SLATER, L. A Hollywood
FRED SLAUGHTER, Business Bristol. Tenn.
JOEL SLOAN, L. A Ft. Meade
LOUISE SMART, Business Draper. N. C.
MARY ALICE SMITH, L. A Ft. Myers
JUNIE SNIDER, Business Miami Beach
NAN SPAULDING, L. A St. Petersburg
J. B. STEELMAN, L. A Winter Park
AVA STEWART, Music Savannah, Ga.
SHARLENE STOCKARD, Business Seminole, Okla.
LARRY STOCKHAUSEN, Business Ormond Beach
CHARLOTTE TARRATUS, Music Jacksonville
CYNTHIA TAYLOR, L. A Lake Helen
MARGARET TAYLOR, Music Orlando
ANNE THIGPEN, Music St. Petersburg
DAINIEL THOMPSON, L. A Pinellas Park
GLEN THOMPSON. L. A Tampa
LEON TOUCHTON, L. A Winter Haven
LARRY TUCKER, L. A Vero Beach
BOB TURNER, Music Umatilla
BARBARA VAN AKIN. L. A DeLand
JACK VARASSE, Business Clearwater
PATRICIA VOGEL, Music St. Petersburg
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PAT WAGNER, L. A Coral Cables
DAVE WAHLSTAD, L. A Ormond Beach
DON WALTON. L. A Flemingsburg, Ky.
PEGGY WARD, L. A isheville. IV. C.
AL WASHBl RN, Music Shelby, IV. C.
MARY LANE WEAVER, L. A Covington, Ga.
PEGGY WENGER, L. A Montgomery, Ala.
KAY WHITE, Business Park Ridge. III.
ROGER WILLIAMS, L. A Huntsville. Ala.
CHARLES WINN, Music Jacksonville
CHARLIE WOLFE, Business Jacksonville
DON WOOD, Music Spartanburg. S. C.
JOAN WOOD, L. A Eustis
JACK WOODALL, Business Bradenton
JACK WUENSCHEL. L. A 4valon, Pa.
PHIL YONGE, Business Coral Gables
WILLIAM YOUNG, Music Richmond, la.
ANNA ZABRISKIE. L. A Cocoa
JIM GEIGER President
BEVERLY JONES I ice President
MARILYN LAZARUS Secretary
RUTH WATERS Treasurer
Seated: Jim Geiger. Standing: Beverly Jones, Marilyn Lazarus. Ruth Waters.
THE FRESH MAX CLASS
From high school senior privileges to rat caps in one big leap. we.
the freshmen, have come to Stetson from all points of the compass to
become a vital part of the college way of life. With a new life of Rush.
D-li-ts. probation, studying, dorm life, fraternity and sorority weekends.
with wearing Bermudas and knee socks on Saturdays and making sunny
trips to DeLeon Springs and to Daytona as highlights of weekends and
afternoons after classes, we have nevertheless looked forward to next
year when we could feel that we really belonged In laughing at "those
Brenda Abel Business
1) i Land
Rieki Acker L. A.
Bob Adanio Business
Hampstead. N. ).
Ed Adrian L. A.
Sandra Alford .... Business
Chad Allen Music
Joanne Anderson .... L. A.
Don Andrews .... Business
II i si fiilm Beach
Raymond Andrews . • . Music
Sue Appleton L. A.
Philip Arms L. A.
Judy Baggett L. A.
Ed Bagley Business
Robert Baker L. A.
Roxanna Banks L. A.
Gay Barry L. A.
James Bartlett L. A.
Harold Basham L. A.
Nancy Batten .... Business
Louise Batts • • L. A.
Cecil Bellwood L. A.
Terry Bender Music
Nelson Bennett I.. A.
Dorene Bishop L. A.
Janet Bishop L. A.
Carietta Blades Music
Elizabeth City. V. C.
Jody Blank L. A.
West Palm lieach
Mike Blocker .... Business
Tom Bogard 1. A.
Rodney Bohn L. A.
Martin Boos Business
Melinda Booth I . \.
Bloom field Hills. Mich.
Lewis Bornmann . . ■ Business
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Tom Bouchlas .... Business
West Palm Beach
Jim Bowen Businc--
Mary Boyette .... Business
Ray Boynton L. A,
Eleanor Bradley Music
Woodruff. S. C.
Bill Bradley I . \.
Pete Brainard L. A.
Ed Branch Business
Judy Branch Business
Joann Breese L. A.
Barbara Brenneke ■ • ■ ■ L. A. /
David Brock L. A.
Bichard Brockmiller . . L. A.
Carol Brown L. A. /
Tf est Palm Beach
Harold Brown L. A.
George Brunkhorst Business
Betsev Brvant Music
High Point. \. C.
Nancy Burgett L. A.
Bose Nell Burnett . . • L. A.
Pat Bvrd L. A. A
Charles Capps .... Business f£
Bob Carlen Business
Carole Carnetl L. A.
Bill Carpenter .... Business
Warren Carr Business
Pitman. N. J.
John Cartee L. A.
David Carter L. A.
Howard Carter L. A. JE '•«#*
Bae Jean Casciola .... L. A. ^
Miami ¥^ ■
Hal Cauthen L. A.
Mary Alice Chauncy . . . L. A.
\aron Cheatham I. \. ^^Kl i^.
Helen Cheshire L. A. M
Connie Clark L. A.
Diane Cleland L. A.
Bonnie Cockrill .... Music
Washington. D. C.
Arnold Colbv .... Business
New York. IS. V.
Frances Cole L. A.
Karen Coleman Music
Barbara Collins Music
Jay Combs Business Bv
Culpeper, I a, mKr^^^ '*L>
Dabney Connor L. A. H
Connie Constans .... L. A. jB
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Cynthia Cooper L. A.
Samelia Cooper ■ • • Business
Shelly Crankshaw . . . - L. A.
Dan Crum L. A.
Bob Crowley L. A.
Pat Crymes L. A.
Peggy Curry L. A.
Ed Dameron Music
Marilvn Daniels L. A.
Arlene Daniels .... Business
Dotty Davidson L. A.
Hill Decker Business
Bill Deckner L. A.
Bob Deflaun L. A.
Raymond Delgado .... L. A.
Connie Doolev Music
William Doolev .... L. A.
Kinsley Draper L. A.
Santurce. Puerto Rico
Bettv Dries L. A.
Ed Edmonds L. A.
Marv Edwards Music
Bill Estes L. A.
Peggy Etheridge L. A.
Bnffy Ezell L. A.
Lynn Ezell L. A.
Marcia Faragher .... L. A.
Shaker Heights. Ohio
Virginia Faris .... Business
Pat Figueroa Music
Dorothy Fisher .... Business
Linda Fisher L. A.
Pleasant. N. C.
Berkley Folds L. A.
Sue Forsberg L. A.
Charles Fouraker .... L. A.
Mary Rae Freeman ... L. A.
Koni French L. A.
Betty Furches Music
Nell Futch L. A.
Mildred Futch .... Business
Pat Garbett L. A.
Peggy Garner L. A.
Roger Garner .... Business
Pat Garrison L. A.
Harry Gaylord L. A.
Jim Geiger L. A.
Joan Geitgey L. A.
/Vein Smyrna Beach
Mel Gentry L. A.
Don Gilchrist L. A.
Chuck Glore Music
Mary Lou Godwin .... L. A.
Avriett Grace Music
Mary Ann Grant L. A.
Elizabeth Gregg I . \. j^L ^
Arlis Grice L. A. T B % 1
JPaucAufa \ f
Midge Greir L. A. ^
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Joyce Hampton ■ • . Business ^^^ ^^^
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Priseilla Hansc I ^ W ^ ' ^P
Bradenton T| . ■ ^ ' ^|
Jim Hargis Music
Jane Harris L. A.
Washington. Ga. ■ '
Shirlene Hart L. A. /
Ted Hastings Business B
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Montverde ■ J ■"
Margarel Hays I . \. • _- «- | j -, ■ " „ < *
Arcadia ~ ™ ' I
Alvin Heikkila ... Business -\
Laketcorth • ^ \Jt <&r
Kutli Henrickson .... L. A. ^^ . ^ *
Bradenton ^^ ^H .
Vlarguerite Herndon Music ^Hf sH M \
Apopka *rt ^ 1ft \
Larry Herzig L. A. C7 Ml
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Norm Hevne ... Business '^IW &P" ^ ^v / »^*Wi
Chicago, III. /^^m ^^ lA A» -• ^
Frances Hogan L. A. I M _ , * Jf I,
Haperille. I~ * W H '
Richard 1 1, ,11, rock Business flt ^» ™
Charlotte. N. C. \ .
Carole Holland L. A. V
Kannapolis. IS. C. A
Bob Hopkins L. A. ^^ -
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Davenport £'' ■ '. j£^|
Jewell Horton Music |*W .^B^. .*#"*% ' *"■*-
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David H^chens^.^. . L. A. |& ~ |J -* ^ ^ f**W ^ " Hi
Patricia Howard L. A. (^ . .
Leesburg * |
Sue Howatl I.. A. ^^k ^
St. Augustine , , ■ ^
I ».>ii % Hughes Business ^k > ^^hfe. /
Morgan field. Ky. '.# /
Bob Hutches L. A. ^™ ■ ^^^^ ^^■M ^^^H
Myakka City ^^ ^^ll^^k. H *">
Don Iverson Business tr^S^^k jflbg^, - «t«_ \^jW' ,.>*\
K ; .ilo Jensen I .A. "^ JB
IFinfer Pnrt ^ TW - ™ ■ " V -# %
Dotty Jenson L. A.
Barbara Johnson . ■ • ■ L. A. K
DeLand Mt '■ ,
I'iill' Johnson I . V. g / I fl
Mount Dora ^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^■CSI^^^^^M
Ronald Johnson L. A.
Orlando ^^■R\ f'lfife*
Virginia Johnson I- V. |P*^-,
Beverly Jones L. A. j
Orlando n^f , , p ,«- "•
Cecile Jovner L. A. ,
Lnfce Cifv ^ I ^fc «.
Mary Claire Jovner . ■ • L. A.
Bob Kaisner Business
Rochester, IS. 1 .
Gwen Kelly L. A.
Bill Kelly L. A.
Kay Kempler L. A.
Ann Kennedy L. A.
Linwood Kennedy ■ • • Music
William Kernain .... L. A.
Keith King L. A.
Mary Jo Kintner Music
Jean Kirkham Music
Wilmington, /V. C.
Karen Klages .... Business
George Koch Business
Charles Lancaster ■ ■ • Music
Virginia Beach. Va.
Carole Lange .... Business
Janice Lanier .... Business
John Lauerman L. A.
Marilyn Lazarus .... L. A.
Vivian Leach L. A.
Chang Lee L. A.
Jackie Leonardi .... L. A.
Walterboro. S. C.
Bay Lewis L. A.
Dorothy Linley . . . Business
Diane Locke Music
Clara Nell Long ... L. A.
Bo Luckman .... Business
Kay McCIendon L. A.
Fay McClendon L. A.
Lamar McCormick ... L. A.
Bonnie McCorquodale . ■ L. A.
Thomas McCullough . . . L. A.
Molly McEIroy L. A.
John McEwen .... Business
Clement McFarland . ■ Music
Betty McKinley • . . Business
Jamesburg. !\. J.
\\ j nelle McKinley ■ Business
Orbie Ann McNeill ■ • L. A.
Barbara McQueen .... L. A.
Janice Mann Music
George Martin Music
York, S. C.
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Green Cove Springs
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St. Louis. Mo.
Rob Rich Music
Sammie Richards . ■ . Music
Rrian Richardson ■ . Business
Thurman Rivers • . Rusiness
Susan Robison L. A.
Charles Roesel L. A.
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John Saba Rusiness
Kenneth Sanders .... L. A.
Mollie Sandiford .... Music
James Sawyer L. A.
Cynthia Schact .... Rusiness
V ero Beach
Jewell Schrenk .... Business
Bill Schuler L. A.
Peter Scott L. A.
Kay Scroggin L. A.
Larue Sellers L. A.
G. W. Sexton L. A.
Jane Shadron Music
Alice Shamblen . ■ . Business
Betty Sharpe Music
Jerry Shaw L. A.
W inter Haven
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Bob Shaw L. A.
Penney Shepherd .... L. A.
Hendersonville. V. C.
James Shurley .... Business
Budsy Simms L. A.
Carolyn Skinner .... I.. A.
Rosemary Sliger .... I.. A.
Yvonne Smiley L. A.
Barbara Smith L. A.
Carolyn Smith L. A.
Burlington. V. C.
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Claudia Waits .... Business
Randy W alford L. A.
New Castle. Pa.
Carolyn Walker • ■ • Business
Brvre Waller L. A.
Audie Ward L. A.
Jerry Waters .... Business
Winnie Ruth Waters ■ • L. A.
Grace Waterson .... Music
Bill Watson Business
Gale Wehhe. L. A. . L. A.
Carolyn Weiss Music
Mary Ann Welch .... L. A.
Green Castle. Pa.
Priscilla West L. A.
Bill White L. A.
Sara Ann W ilkerson L. A.
Greemcood. S. C.
Janelle W ilcox L. A.
Doug Williams L. A.
Fred W illiams L. A.
Atlantic City. V. J.
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James W ingate L. A.
Greenrille. S. C.
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Mary Ann W oodruff Business
Gail Word L. A.
June W ornal L. A.
Princeton. W . In.
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Spartanburg. S. C.
Shirley Young L. A.
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The Activities Section displays
the University at play and
work, with scenes to stimulate
memories of joy and sadness,
laughter and tears in the
vitality and growth of the
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JEANNE SCHULER, ORAN ALMAND
ANNE THIGPEN, MERVYN ALTMAN
JEANNE ADAMS. JERRY BROWN
■ Student Directors
4. L i: K i L I II
DIRECTOR HAROLD M. GIFFIN
GLEE CLUB ROSTER
SOPRANO — Mary Leslie Addison, Mary Ross Anderson, Sadie
Arnelte, Joanne Bollon, Barbara Rrenneeke, Barbara Ghaney,
Pat Chapman, Patsy Christie, Mary Edwards, Pat Figueroa, Dor-
othy Fiseher, Mildred Futch, Betty Lee Galloway, Sue Godwin,
Phyllis Haneoek, Alene Holt, Jewell Horton, Margaret Hughes,
Betty Johnson, Jackie Leonardi, Pat MeBride, Doris May, Caro-
lyn Peters, Janet Reisinger, Janet Ryan, Mollie Sandiford, Ruth
Sims, Ava Stewart, Shirley Sutton, Jo Ann Tatum, Ann Thig-
pen, Pat Vogel, Pat Wagner, Grace Waterson, Carolyn Weiss,
Audrey Whent. ALTO — Jean Adams, Gay Barry, Eleanor Brad-
ley, Arlene Burkhart, Carol Carnett, Cloe Carroll, Karen Cole-
man, Barbara Collins, Pat Edington, Daphne Ellis, Nola Frink.
Betty Furches, Marguerite Herndon, Ruth Hudson. Mary Jo
Kintner, Marilyn Layton, Merrill Maguire, Kay Pafford, Mollie
Parrish, Sanimie Richards. Doris Rocker. Jeanne Schuler, Belly
Sharpe. Charlotte Tarratus. Margaret Taylor, Julee Urquhart,
Mary Pat Waeseo, Mary Ann Wolverton. TENOR — Chad Allen,
Oran Alinand. Mervyn Altman. Ray Andrews. Jacob Avers. Jerry
Brown, Ronald Cockrill, Chuck Glore, Wayne Graham, Peter
Hargis, Bill Kicklighter, Don Locke, Clement McFarland, Mar-
vin McMaster, Sidney Melton, Frank Painter, Warren Parker,
Walt Pinder, Jim Raw Is, Robert Rich, Judson Rogers, Albert
Stephens. Desmond Tease. Robert Turner, Jim Wingale. BASS —
Jim Beane, Terry Bender, Jim Boone. Eugene Brasher, Ralph
Chandler, Bill Delk. Robert Forehand. Harry Gaylord, Jim Grace,
Conrad Grimes. Pierre Kennedy, Gerald Kriihiu, George Martin,
Philip Newcomm, Jon Osborne. Jon Power, Marion Rector. Kir-
by Rogers, Ralph Smith, Richard Smith, Martin Stephens. Larry
Tucker, Alfred Washburn, Charles Winn.
B A X D
DIRECTOR KIC1IARD M. FEASEL
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR JAMES PERDUE
TERRY OWEN Captain
GRADY SNOWDEN Publicity Director
EARL WILLIAMS Operations Officer
DOROTHY GODFREY Secretary-Treasurer
JUDY BR1LEY Social Chairman
JERRY BAILEY, WAYNE GOGGANS . Operations Sergeants
MALCOLM GLASS, GENE BRIGGS . . . Operations Corporals
BAND R S T F I!
FLUTE — Carol Howard, Betsy Brvanl. Grace Averitl. OBOE —
John Fulton, Kay Philbrook. BASSOON — Bill Lee. Sandra Berg-
hull, Judy Hill. CLARINET— Judy Briley, Jerry Bailey, Jim
Barllett, Robert Taylor, Connie Jo Dooley, kathy Snyder, Kent
Tavlor, Donald Wood, Pallv Johnson. Julia Mae Roval. BASS
CLARINET — Jo Coburn. Marie Jenson. ALTO SAXOPHONE —
Bill Calhoun. TENOR SAXOPHONE — Richard Hegle. TRUM-
PET — Terry Owen, Jim Mathas, Grady Snowden. Gene Briggs,
Don Owen, Bill Viehman, Lucy Rand, Bill Young, Kay Thomp-
son. Don Evans, Carielta Blades. HORN — Earl Williams, Doltie
Godfrey, Lois White, Norman Crane, Diana Milford. Richard
Dickson. Gail Word. TROMBONE — Ransel Evans. Ed Brock,
Bob Hemphill, John Lancaster, Dennis Lee. BARITONE — Jerry
Lawrence, Wawie Goggans, Dean Kells. TUBA — Arthur Kibbe.
Herbert Robertson, Jon Power. PERCUSSION — Malcolm Glass,
William Reed, David Brown, Janice Mann. Hope Martin. MAJ-
ORETTES — June Barry, Head Majorette: Joan Hodges. Pat Par-
rish. Joan Rousseau. Connie Constans. Carole Moore, Rae Jean
Casciola, Beth Butcher.
DIRECTOR RICHARD M. FEASEL
GRADUATE ASSISTANT WILLIAM LEE
OF F I C F R S
JUDY BRILEY President
DOROTHY GODFREY Vice-President
LOIS WHITE Secretary-Treasurer
EARL WILLIAMS Operations Officer
ORCH EST R A ROSTER
VIOLIN — Frances Buxton. Ruth Surls. Ilelene Miller, Elise
Ewarl, Jean Keiper. Harry Carlson, Doris Lyon. Julianne Prich-
ard. Anne Huntington. Elizabeth Butcher, Janice Mann. Marjorie
Lawson. Sedric Lewis, Jr. VIOLA — Roger Casini, John Matthews.
CELLO — Eleanor Leek, Frank SurK. Freda Allen. STRING BASS
— Paul Caskey. Arthur Kibbe. FLUTE — Diana Gill. Carole How-
ard. OBOE— John Fulton, Kav Philbrook. BASSOON— William
Lee, Judv Hill. CLARINET — Judith Brilev, Jerry Bailey. TRUM-
PET — Terry Owen, James Matbas. HORN — Lois While. Dorothy
Godfrey, Earl Williams, Richard Dickson. TROMBONE— Ransel
Evans, Robert Hemphill. Wayne Coggans. DRUMS — Malcolm
W UNELLE MOORE
1955 HOMECOMING COURT
The Forest of Arden overflowed with people and food as
hundreds turned out for the traditional barheeue.
Si-ima Nil's interpretation of the FORWARD LOOK eopped a
first plaee trophy in the lawn deeoration eonte-t.
THE FORWARD LOOK
Homecoming, 1955, will be a memorable event for thousands
of Stetson students, alums, professors, and friends. From the
opening of the curtain of "Sabrina Fair" to the last strains
of "Goodnight Sweetheart"" played at the Serenade by Brad
Bradway's Orchestra, we all have pleasant memories.
Saturday dawned on various reunion breakfasts, including
the traditional President's Breakfast, a satisfying football game
which resulted in a 2-i-0 victor) for the Hatters, sorority and
fraternity open houses, alumni meetings, and the formal Sere-
nade at the Armors •
The Homecoming Parade was omitted this \ ear but a new
feature, the Homecoming Court, was added. Representatives
of the Greek organizations and the Independents were chosen
b\ the student bodv and they reigned with the Mayor and
Hostess over the Serenade.
Between halves at the game, trophies were presented to
Sigma Nu for first place skit and first place lawn decoration:
Delta Delta Delta, second, skits: Alpha \i Delta, third, skits:
Lambda Chi Alpha, second, lawn decorations, and Pi Kappa
Phi. third, lawn decorations.
Homecoming royalty. Joanne Motes and Morris Foster, receive
gifts from Ralph Chandler. S. G. A. President, and present tro-
phies to contest winners.
Looking forward to "You Are There. 1969" were the Sigma Nu'-
whose skit captured a first place troph>.
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Miss and Mr. SlPtson
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coveted title of
YO, YO, HEAVE HO!! The Alpha Xi's literally pulled in
their first plaee trophy when they won the girls* tug-of-war.
. . . AND FOUR TO GO!! With
flexed muscles and determined faces
the starters for the eross-eountry race
DOl BLE OR NOTHING . . . you hreak the tape together or
you need not waste your strength in the hoys* three-legged
COMING — Sonny Parker clinches the Sigma Nu Irophy as he
wins the cross-country.
GOING — These girls seem to he hringing up the rear in the
TIRED STETSONITES WATCH the sun set over DeLeon as they plan for the coining events of the evening
4%u / i.
THIS GROUP, WHICH GOVERNS and insures the superior qual-
ity of Stetson publications; is composed of, left to right, Vernon
Jobson, HATTER editor; J. Blanford Taylor, Director of News
Bureau ; Edward McDowell, Assistant Professor of English ; Dale
Lauder, S. G. A. Representative; Joe Crankshaw. REPORTER
editor, and Alaxine Patterson, Associate Professor of Secretarial
THIS LITTLE BOOK which guides freshmen and upperclassmen
alike is an important Stetson publication. Serving as editor of the
l°55-l°.ir> Handbook was Paul Kercher.
The long battle is done now . . . deadlines, headlines, out-
lines, proofreading problems, last minute changes and late
hours are all memories and the only thought that remains is:
"This has been a good year."
We of the REPORTER especially feel that this has been a
good year, for we have watched and reported the growth of
Stetson. We have covered the big and the small stories to the
best of our ability and we have enjoyed every minute of it. Se
hope \ ou have. too.
I wish to take this opportunih to thank m\ editorial staff
for the hard work that they have put in for me all through the
One other group of people remain to be remembered, with-
out them the paper would never have come out. I mean our
backshop crew to whom all of vou owe a vote of thanks for
a job well done.
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Standing, left to right: Ruth Harling, Feature Editor; Chong Su
Lee, Circulation ; Jerry Florence, Reporter; Ralph Turner, News
Editor; Donna Carroll, Waynelle Moore, Nancy Owens, Allan
Parsons, Reporters; "IV Malcolm, Religious Editor; Doris Ferlic.
Circulation; Sarah Martin, Circulation Manager; Dale Lauder.
Society Reporter; George Lux. Production Manager. Seated: Joe
V, « . I
The Sports Section surveys both
school achievements and indi-
vidual accomplishments in ath-
letics; recognizing the athletic
program bringing honor to the
University and physical condi-
tioning to students.
Hatters Shake Off Early Defeats
In Stirring Finish to "55 Football Season
Feeling their wa\ through the first half of the year, the
Hatters could manage only one win in five meetings. Incon-
sistency of both defensive line and backfield earmarked Stet-
son play and accounted for the disheartening losses. Aerial
attacks by WofFord and Davidson took advantage of an im-
perfect pass defense, while swift Tampa backs slipped past the
linemen. At the same time, the Hats showed flashes of offensive
strength of their own.
Although an underdog in their last three games, the Hatters
gave fans something to buzz about in drawing with both Pres-
byterian and Newberry and in blanking Mississippi College
25-0 at Homecoming. Spirited effort of both men and coaches
put the team in top physical condition for these contests, en-
abling it to perform as one unit.
\\ ith the valiant action demonstrated in the last three en-
counters, the Stetson Hatters concluded the season with a
The problem of inexperience as evidenced on this year's squad
with only five seniors playing must surely strike Head Coach
Herb McQuillan next fall, for he has merely eight juniors in
the whole lineup. He and his staff of assistant coaches. Joe
Berry and Buddy Asher. will be hard pressed to manufacture
eleven battle-scarred veterans before the 1936 opening whistle.
Five voung warriors who completed their tour of dutv in
collegiate football arenas last fall are graduating seniors Earl
Looman. Gene Stephenson. Nick Colantuono, Fred Driver.
Doyle West, and Harold McNeill.
Looman. who plaved previously for Stetson before he en-
tered militan service, was named to the Little All-American
team in 1955. During the season, his teammate. Dick Saltrick,
a sophomore, was voted Back of the Week b\ Florida sports-
(Opp.) Safetyinan Dick Saltrick (22) defends against
Wofford pass receiver.
STETSON S C R E S — 1 9 5 5
NORTHWESTERN LOUISIANA 7
6 WOFFORD COLLEGE 22
7 TROY STATE
13 UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA 40
13 DAVIDSON COLLEGE 25
6 I'RESRYTERIAN COLLEGE 6
12 NEWBERRY COLLEGE 12
25 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE
MOODY FACES OF THIS GROl'I" around Head Coach Mc-
Quillan don'l reflect the Halter homecoming triumph over Mis-
iissippi College, 25-0. taking place on the field. They are Judge
Tom Sebring. of the Law School: Assistant Coach Joe Berry,
McQuillan and center Jimim Hawk. Onlj member of the coach-
ing staff not pictured i» Buddy Ashcr.
On the road for their first two games,
the Hatters were unable to find the
right offensive combination and were
edged bv a good Northwestern Louisi-
ana team 7-0. The game served as a
means to find gaps in the defense and
to close them before a better team took
advantage of such faults.
Unfortunately, the Wofford Terriers,
who engaged the Hats next, bit much
harder and from several directions, both
air and ground. They amassed 88 yards
through the air. led 14-0 at the half
and then added another score on a pass
in the third quarter. Stetson's onl\
points were picked up in the last period
bv halfback Sonny Parker, making the
final score 6-22.
STETSOA BOWS TO WOFFORD,
STETSON HALFBACK NICK COLANTUONO (with ball) smashes through the Tampa
line after a hole is opened by taekle Doyle West (86) and guards Vie Mu/ii (73) and
Dominirk Anile (76). Also in this play is end Buddy McLin (95).
HATTERS OUTPLAY TROY;
LOSE TO STRONG TAMPANS
After one quick goal the first time they re-
ceived the football, the Hatters were held by
Troy, who displayed alert goal line defenses
the rest of the game. Freshman halfback Wal-
ter Mosley end the the 62-yard first quarter
drive with a 3-yard plunge. Quarterback Dick
Saltlick passed to Halfback Bobby Carter for
the extra point. Troy's touchdown attempts
were foiled, but gaps in Stetson's defense al-
lowed the Red Wave to pick up 159 yards on
the ground and 70 by passes.
The Tampa Spartans mastered the Green
and White easily on two TD passes and four
scoring runs by the swift backs for a 13-40
win. Stetson found it impossible to drive in-
side the opponent's 20-vard line until the
fourth quarter when dashes by Saltrick and
halfback Nick Colantuono advanced the ball
to the Tampa 23. Colantuono then scored in
one play, fullback Boyd Hildebrand kicking
the point after. Colantuono again tallied after
a pass interception and return of 37 yards b\
halfback Ray Henry moved the ball into Spar-
LINEBACKER LARRY HERZIG (41) and end
Tom Allerton (93) elose in on a Wofford hall-
carrier as end Keith Shamrock (94) rushes up
to the play.
QUARTERBACK JACK WUENSCHEL ekes out an extra inch against Tampa, who won
40-1 3. J. L. Tyra (80) moves into the play.
Still shakx from the Tampa loss, the
Hatters were unable to contain the W ild-
cat attack, succumbing 13-25. In their
Eourth defeat of the year, the Stetsonites
nevertheless let it be known that they.
too, were a scoring threat b\ adding two
mine touchdowns to their season's total.
The Hats held the home crowd in sus-
pense for over three quarters in the
Presbyterian game before the) knotted
the score at 6-6 in the final period. After
allowing a touchdown run on the open-
ing kickoff, Stetson stiffened and out-
played the Blue Stockings the rest of the
way. Nick Colantuono topped off the
89-yard march in the fourth quarter
with a 2-yard touchdown -mash ofi right
HATTERS MITCH P0IATS
WITH NEWBERRY IXDIWS
STETSOX FALLS TO DAVIDSOA
TIES WITH PRESBVTEIUAA
l!\ their seventh game, the Hatters had de-
veloped a poise and wariness which made
them a dangerous foe. They caught a favored
Newberrj team off balance and struck for a
12-12 tie. Except for a lapse in the second
quarter. Stetson stopped the Newberry backs
on offense for three periods. The Hats went
into the lead in the opening quarter after Nick
Colantuono ran back an intercepted pass 3 1
yards to the 6-vard marker. The Stetson line
pushed the Indians to the the one-foot point
from which quarterback Dick Saltlick slipped
into the end zone on a sneak.
Trailing 12-6 at the half, the Hatters took
the second half kickoff and ground out 70
yards in nine plays for their last touchdown.
The ki\ pla\ in the series was a 37-yard spurt
b\ freshman halfback Bobbv Ross. Huns b\
Colantuono and Ross placed the football sev-
eral yards from the goal line. Saltrick carry-
ing it over on an end sweep for the 12-12 tie.
The defensive line and backs of the Hatters
must be given credit for this moral victory.
I hex repeatedly stalled Newberry's ground
game and harassed the passing offense.
DICK SALTRICK TOSSES a Presbyterian man
to the turf with tin aiil of Jimmy Hawk (57)
as Boyd Hildebrand (K2) hurries up.
BOB ADAMO, FR., E, 6-2, 195
TOM ALLERTON, JB., E, 6, 175
DOMINICK A1N1LE, FB., G, 5-10, 190
TOM ROUCHLAS, SOPH., C, 6, 205
BOBBY CARTER, JR., HB, 5-11, 170
MEL CHRISTMAN, SOPH., C, 5-11, 175
NICK COLANTUONO, SR., HB, 5-10, 170
WENDELL CRYSEL, FR., T, 6-3, 220
JAMES DREGGORS, FR., G. 5-10, 190
FRED DRIVER, SB., C, 6. 190
LARRY STOWE, FR., QB, 6-1, 165
CHUCK GEBDINC. SOPH, T, 6, 205
JIMMY HEABN, FR., FB, 5-11, 180
BAY HENRY, SOPH., HB, 5-9%, 155
LABBY HEBZ1C, FB., FB, 5-6, 180
BOYD HILDEBBAND, FB., FB. 6-2, 215
JIMMY HILYEB, JR., G, 5-lOVa, 205
TERRY HOLLINGSWORTH, JR., G, 5-9y 2 , 185
EARL LOOMAN, SR., T, 6-2, 225
WALTER "BUDDY" MoLIN, JR., E, 6, 180
HAROLD M.INE1LL, SR., E, 6, 185
WALT MOSLEY, FR., HB, 6, 170
VIC MUZ1I, SOPH., G, 5-10. 205
JIM NILAND, FR., E, 5-11, 205
SONNY PARKER. SOPH., E, 5-11, 172
SHELTON POOLE, SOPH., G, 5-10, 215
RON RICHTER, SOPH., G, 5-11, 195
BOBBY BOSS, FB., HB, 5-10, 150
CLAUD BUMEB, JB., T, 5-10i/ 2 , 200
DICK SALTR1CK, SOPH., QR, 6, 155
KEITH SHAMROCK, JR., E, 5-11, 190
FRED SEMANIE, JR., QB, 5-10, 190
FRANK SINGLETARY, JR., QB, 6, 200
TED SMITH, FR., C, 6-2, 195
GENE STEPHENSON, SR., HB, 5-10, 170
BON SKELTON, SOPH., C, 5-9, 195
J. L. TYBA, FB., T, 6, 200
DOYLE WEST, SR., T, 6, 195
JACK WUENSCHEL, SOPH., HH, 6, 165
PHIL YONGE, SOPH., T, 6-6, 220.
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SALTRICK (WITH BALL) falls into ihe end zone
from one yard out as Nick Colantuono (30), Ray
Henry (50) and Little All-American Earl Looman
(81) carry out their assignments.
IIOMI < OMING: HITS TIIN'LK I'HIKTUIS l\ 25-0 UPSET!
The Hatters reached their peak at Homecoming,
overpowering the favored Mississippi College Choc-
taws 25-0 in sunlit Municipal Stadium. Coach Herb
McQuillan directed his men to a sparkling season
finale, while graduating seniors Looman. Gene Ste-
phenson. Fred Driver. Doyle West and Nick Colan-
tuono contributed their best to the win.
PASS RECEIVER GENE STEPHENSON speeds to
the 3-yard line after a key block bv Buddv McLin
Moving 73 yards with the kickoff, Stetson took
an early 7-0 lead. Gains by Frank Singeltary and
Colantuono set the stage for a crowd-pleasing 57-
yard pass play in which Stephenson, shaken free
by a tigerish Hatter line, bolted to the 3-yard line.
The touchdown slash by Saltrick. who also ran for
the point after, came anti-climaticallv. He again
scored in the second period. Stephenson flashing
31 \ards to set the ball up.
With the score 13-0 at halftime. Ray Henrv
streaked 71 yards to score in the third and Jack
Wuenschel sailed over on a 34-yard option play
for the final points.
SALTRICK DIVES OVER for a score again, aided
by Terry Hollingsworth (74), Looman (81) and
Jimmy Hawk (57).
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IIVTTERS \NI) TERRIERS poise to scoop
up the rebound.
Frank Siskovic (34) and Mac Stones (25) expectantly watch the trip as Jim Kitchens (23) goes high in action against Wofford
at the National Guard Armory.
HEAD COACH RICHARD MORLAND
(Top) BUZ REYNOLDS TAPS IN the
hall for two with Jim Kitchens (23)
ready and alert on the outside.
(Left) RICH LAYER BATTLES taller oppon-
ent for possession of the hall in a jump hall
(Bottom) CAPTAIN BOBBY CRUMP-
TON SCORES on a flying lay-up
against Presbyterian as the defender
looks on helplessly.
CENTER FRANK SISKOVIC beckons his foe downrourl.
STETSON SPIRIT IS KEPT ALIVE — and loud — during basketball and football games by the Cheerleaders
who are (left lit right, back rote) Larry Tucker, Janet Creene, Barbara Vi odischek, Jennie Lou Steinkamp and
Wes Martin. (Front row) Captain Joyce Herrell, Caryl Criffin, and Marion Sternberg.
CAPTAIN DAVE McDOWELL
COACH CARL "DOC" JOHNSON
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THE HATTERS INTENTLY VIEW the diamond from the dug-
out. They are, left to right. Rob Vostry, Bill MeCall, Manager;
Ray Henry, Claude Rumer, Coaeh "Doe" Johnson. Dave Mc-
Dowell, Captain; Diek Meredith. Jerry Kern. Kred Roberts, Diek
Saltriek and Frank Singletary.
GEORGIA TECH Home
OHIO STATE Home
GEORGIA TECH . . . i Home
AMER. INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE . . . Home
ROLLINS i- ■ • ■ Home
UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI ...... Home
FLORIDA STATE Away
MIAMI i Home
FLORIDA SOUTHERN Home
FLORIDA SOUTHERN Away
JACKSONVILLE NAVY Away
JACKSONVILLE NAVY Home
TAMPA i. . Away
MEN'S TEAM: Dave Howard demonstrates his fairway technique
for (left to right) Coach Wes Berner, Monly Trainer, Joe Siek-
aniec, Bill Kaleel, Curl Moffet, and George Herndon. The team
scheduled fourteen matcher, this spring: Rollins (2). Florida
Southern (2), Jacksonville Navy (2), Sanford Navy (2), FSU
(2), Florida, and the Florida Intercollegiate Tournament.
WOMEN'S TEAM: (Left to right) Sandy Shearouse, Bahs Blakely, Nancy Allen, and Betty McKee.
WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION
The Women's Physical Education Department
gives students an opportunity to create sound
bodies and develop the physical well-being vital
in meeting the hurried pace of college.
Capable instructors enable the majors in this
field to grasp teaching methods necessary to
their professions. A year-'round program of in-
tramural sports such as basketball, badminton,
archer) and volleyball afford all women a chance
to engage in team competition.
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THESE INSTRUCTORS plan athletic activities for
Stetson women throughout the year. They are,
left to right. Miss Betty Autrey, Mrs. Sara Jerni-
gan, Director, and Miss Esther Mick.
BADMINTON is one of the man} intramural
»l>ort» sponsored by the Women's Physical Edu-
P. E. MAJORS ARE (Left to right) Barbara Weyand, Betty
Hicks, Secretary Joyce Harrell, Treasurer Jolinc Kickliter.
President Sandy Shearousc, Vice-President Connie Morris,
Janice Peacock, Tolly Tollison, Vicki Anderson, and Mary
Hayes. Second ron : Barbara Keiper, Shelly Crankshaw, Clara
Nell Long, Pat Sullivan, Pat Howard. Mildred Lucas, Marilyn
Tingel, Babs Bennett. Mary Ellen Baier, Carl Webber. Rae
Jean Casciola, Gwen Kelly, and Paula Duke.
HARRY CONNER OF SIGMA NU pauses and surveys his re-
ceivers behind protection before hurling an end zone pass to
Morris Foster in overtime against Delta Sigma Phi. Foster's catch
added the extra point in the 7-0 game that won touch football
for the Snakes for the second year.
SIGMA NU . 110
PI KAPPA PHI 70
DELTA SIGMA PHI 50
PI KAPPA ALPHA 50
SIGMA PHI EPSILON i 50
LAMRDA CHI ALPHA i 50
PIKES AND PREACHERS struggle for a rebound in the opening
game of the intramural basketball season, won by the Pikes.
Stronger and more evenly matched team?
makr intramurals a more interesting aspect
of college life this year. Larger crowds turned
out at the fields and gymnasium to cheer for
the social fraternities. Independents and
The Intramural Board, composed of Carl
Whiddon, Chairman: Carroll Shepard, Secre-
tary (Lambda Chi Alpha); Al Meyer (Sigma
Nu); Sid knight (Pi Kappa Phi); Tom
McPherson (Delta Sigma Phil; Benny Hen-
nington I Pi Kappa Alpha I : Way ne Hartnup
(Sigma Phi Epsilon) ; Dean Petersen]
( Preachers l . and Roger Williams I Indepen-
dents I have the complex duty of supervising
and judging the sports activities of approxi-
mately 550 men. This year, the board intro-
duced a scoring system allowing points for
teams other than finishers in first, second and
JOHN SMITH (SIGMA NU) OUTLEAPS Paul Ferguson (Lambda Chi Alpha) for the
lap of the basketball thrown by Referee Nick Colanluono.
FINAL S T A N D I N G S
SIGMA PHI EPSILON 60
DELTA SIGMA PHI 50
PI KAPPA PHI 25
PI KAPPA ALPHA 15
SIGMA NU 15
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 45
JOHN KILLEBREW AND WAiNE HARTNUP, Sigma Phi Epsi-
lon, *how form that won thr horseshoe trophy for llieir fraternity
two years straight.
DAVE MARCELL OF SIGMA NT' vainly strives for a pass as defending safctyman Jerry
Johnson of Delia Sigma Phi quickly slaps a tag on him in touch football.
PI KAPPA PHI . . . .1 45
SIGMA PHI EPSILON 50
SIGMA NU 10
PREACHERS . . .i 30
DELTA SIGMA PHI 15
PI KAPPA ALPHA
INDEPENDENTS i 15
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
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WARREN C. "BRADY" COWELL, a familiar
figure at Stetson for twenty-one years as roach.
teacher, and now Director of Athletics, grins
despite the pressing duties of his office.
WOMEN HAVE FOUND working on the trampoline one of the moat entertaining sports
in the gym.
Embodying the spirit of health, sports-
manship, and fellowship, recreation pro-
vides for the physical and social develop-
ment of young women and men. Its pur-
pose is to develop the one thing upon which
nearly all other aspects of life are depen-
dent — a strong and efficient body. This
aim is carried out not only through sports,
but an excellent intramural program for
all students of the I niversitv.
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Seated: B. J. Flood, Secretary; Ralph Chandler, President; Sue Ferrell, Vice President. Standing: Hurt Holmes, Treasurer, and Joe
Khodes, Social Vice President.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
The Student Government Association is comprised of all
students. Its object is to represent and further the best inter-
ests of the student bod) and of Stetson I niversity, to coordi-
nate the various student organizations, and to cooperate with
the University authorities for the common good of the insti-
tution. 1 nder the Student Government Association each College
and School of the University ha> its separate organization.
The S. G. A. is the core of the school-sponsored activities.
It is responsible for Homecoming, Hatter Holiday, and cam-
The Stetson social calendar was enlarged this vear to feature
the FSL Flying Circus, through the efforts of Social \ ice
President Joe Rhodes.
All in all it was a progressive year for the S. G. A.
S . G . \. OFFICERS
RALPH CHANDLER President
SUE FERRELI » ice President
JOE RHODES Social Vice President
B. J. FLOOD ..... Secretary
BLRT HOLMES Treasurer
Seated: Jeanne Schiller, I?. J. Flood. Ralph Chandler. Sue Ferre.ll. Standing: Bobl>> Crumpton, Burt Holmes, Joe Rhode-. Wayne Chaslain.
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Seated: Mary Alice Smith. Beverly McClure, Doima Roe, Caroline Mcliinis, and Carolyn Anderson. Standing: Anthoula Karantinos,
Jenny Lu Steinkamp, June Martin and Naney Owens.
The Women's Council is composed of all resident women of government. To assist the Women's Council in their work, each
the University. The purpose of the council is to handle disci- women's dorm has a house council. These house councils han-
plinarv action, act as an advisorj group, and work for self- die dormiton mallei-.
Sealed: Jesse Little, Viee President; Martin Stephens, President, and Bobby Byrd. Secretary. Standing: Morris Foster, Jim Sharpton.
Vernon Jobson, John Morgan and Buddy McLin.
I he purpose ol tin- Men's Council is to acl as a mediator disciplinary board and advisurx «r»u|). Vemhers ,,f this
between the administration and the male students. The council council are elected 1>\ the male students. Each yeai two Fresh-
assists in the administration ol men s affairs, functioning as a men. one sophomore, and one junior are elected to the council.
Seated; Bob Crumpton, Dr. Melvin Williams, Chuck Sanks, John Morgan, and Dean William II. McEniry. Standing: Dr. Byron H.
Gibson. John Dixon. Burt Holmes. Martin Stephens, and Morris Foster. Not pictured are Jerry Brown and Buddy Simpson.
O MICRON DELTA KAPPA
The Stetson Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa came into exis-
tence in Ma) of 1953, having previously been known as "^ e
Its purpose is to recognize outstanding leadership abilih
in the male students of the junior and senior classes. These
students are -elected l>\ a point valuation system based on the
number of semesters a man has attended school, in comparison
to the qualities mentioned above.
ODrv places itself above the realm of a mere leadership
fraternity by nominating two women for ODK sponsors at
Homecoming and by their leadership banquet held in the spring
of each year.
Left lt> right: Dean Win. H. McEniry, Faeully Advisor;
Chuek Sanks, President; Dr. Melvin Williams, Secretary,
anil Morris Foster. Treasurer.
Lvjt to right: Sue Reynolds, Donna Hoc, Joanne Motes, Kmh Halting, Martha Jane Singeltary, Caryl Anderson. Not Pictured: Ann
Whilaker. Sue Ferrell. Dotlie Teter.
I II i: HONOR
THE HONcOK is an organization to aid in the development
of all-around young women, to encourage scholarship, to rec-
ognize individual abilities, and to promote leadership. Women
are tapped lor THE HONOR on the kisis of outstanding lead-
ership and merit. Members are first tapped during the first
semester of their junior \ear. on the basis of scholarship and
activities which have contributed to the school. A prerequisite
for consideration is a 1! average.
OFFICERS OF THE HONOR are Joanne Motes. President: Sue
Ferrell, Vice President, and Ruth Harting, Secretary-Treasurer.
Sealed: Pat Williams, Wayne Pringle, Waynelle Moore, Morris Foster, Frances Harper. Bob Kent and Jerry
Brown. Standing: Jake Avers, Tommy Cauthen, Norma Jean Bainbridge, Mary Aliee Smith, Zeke Hepler.
Carolyn Anderson, Jody Strickland, Sid Knight. Chuck Sanks and Dr. Win. McCammon.
B.S.C. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Seated: Mary Alice Smith, B. C. Akers, Frances Harper. Carl Whiddon, Beverly McClure
and Dr. Wm. McCammon. Standing: Crace Waterson, Bob Kent, Richard Lovell, Wayne
Pringle, Ralph Chandler. Chuck Sanks. Tommy Cauthen, Morris F'oster and Margaret
The Baptist Student I nion is ((im-
posed of all Baptist students who are
members of the different church-
affiliated organizations on cam-
pus and in the churches, such as
the Training Union. Sunday School.
^ . W. A., Ministerial Association,
etc. The Executive Council is an-
nually elected by the students to sup-
ervise and coordinate the work of the
\ arious organizations.
FOREIGN STUDENTS CLUB
The Foreign Students Club is com-
posed of students from all parts of
the globe. They strive for better un-
derstanding of the customs, tradi-
tions, and beliefs of their respective
Sealed, left to right: Aleth George*.
France; Chong Lee, Korea; Vina Ming-
ligot Daludado, Philippines; Jahan
Ara Malik. Pakistan; Sue Sargent,
Cuba. Standing: Samuel Ho, China;
Sot) Bock Choi. Korea ; Gerarda San-
berg. \S est Indies.
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The Canterbury Club is an organi-
zation of the Episcopal students on
Stetsiui's campus. They join togethei
|ni fellowship, instruction and coop-
eration with the local church.
Seated: \\ illabeth Peck, Donna Jean
Nelms, Martha Jane Singeltary, Nancj
Lofgren, Roger Porter, Buds} Simms
and Blanche Alligood. Standing: Joe
Crankghaw, Sandy Burkhanlt, Dan
Thompson. Betty McKec. Mrs. I horn-
Ion. June Mims, Bob Plato. Candy
Plato. Jim Scheiferstein. Ann llunl-
ington, Malcolm Glass and Audri?
First row, left to right: T. K. Hedrick, George Kirkland, Jim Ceir,
B. C. Akers. Dean Peterson, Paul Kercher. Chuck Sankg, Gene
Allen. Hal trecne and Harry Duke. Second row. left to right:
Jim Wade. Bob Kent, Richard Lovell, Wayne Pi-ingle. Boh Byrd.
Nelson Bennett, Larry Kennedy. John Moore, Bob Smith, and
Charles Horton. Third row, left to right: Ralph Hum. Don King.
Bill Ellis. Buddy Krause, Ted Mills. Dawson McQuaig, Earl
Rogers. Bill Tisdale, Fred Habegger, Clay Rose and Dave Holt.
Fourth row, left to right: Jim Roue, Bob White, Leon Touchton,
Bill Curry, Ed Baxter, Fred Smith, Sui Masannai, Grady Snow-
den. Dave Brown. Frank Martin. Tom Rhyne. Joe Elliott.
The Ministerial Association is composed of men studying for
the Christian ministry. An effort is made to enlist each mem-
ber in a place of service -- preaching, teaching in Sunday
School, or conducting study courses. In conjunction with the
Florida Baptist Convention, the Association holds an annual
orientation for ministerial students.
Coffee was served at all hours of the day and night during
exam week by the association.
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Senleil : B. C. Akers, Dean Peterson, Chuek Sanks. President; Bill Geir, and Harvey Duke. Standing: Hal Greene, Paul Kereher, Gene
Allen, Bob Byrd, George Kirkland. and Ernie Moulton.
Seated, left to right: Carol Belcher, Louise Smart. Mary Lane
Weaver, Aliee Thompson, Jane Grant, Jaek Woodall, Glee (Grif-
fith. Carolyn MeMullen, Art Holmes, Sylvia Smith, Jaekie Hogue,
Ruth Henrickson. Standing, left to right: Ned Grimes, Dotty
Davidson, Nancy Allen, Betty McKinley. Peggy Curry, Norman
Crane. Janice Lanier, Bill While. Barbara Jewel. Kerry Bold*.
Joan Cromer. Martha Long, I'hil Newcomm, Connie Constans.
Jim Bowen, Tuppy Hanscom, Boh Crowley, Elsa Heckendorf,
Sue Davis, Arline Maguire, Patsy Milner, and Dr. Melvin Wil-
The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist student organza-
tion on campus providing a tie between religious and schol-
astic life. Programs are held Sunday night with a supper meet-
ing the fust of each month. The foundation cooperates through
representation on the SCA Council in interdenominational
activities such as Reliaious Focus Week. Christmas events and
Lenten Morning Watch. It also participates in other college
activities such as Green Derby Carnival. Homecoming and the
College Quiz Bowl.
The program is planned and carried out by student officers
and members. A director and an associate director serve as
supervisors and counsellors for the Foundation.
Seated: Jaek Woodall. V iee President;
Glee Griffith. President, and Art
Holmes, Treasurer. Standing: Jaekie
Hogue, SCA Representative; Arline
Maguire, Board Representative, and
Carolyn MeMullen, Secretary.
\\ gstminster Fellowship is the or-
ganization for all Presbyterian stu-
dents on Stetson s campus. This group
meets regularly in order to work
toward a better understanding of the
principles of the Presbyterian Church
and promote better cooperation with
the local churches. They now have a
part-time adult advisor who helps
with all of the activities partcipated
Seated, left to right: Kay Pafford.
Karen Klagcs. Ruth Hailing, Sue Rey-
nolds, H. Malcolm, Betty Jane Flood.
Caroline Mclnnis, Betty Miller and
Nancy Slater. Standing, left to right:
Margaret Hayes, Lynn Peters, Mary
Pat Bowyer, Balph Turner, C. C. Sel-
lers, Roger Williams. Bud Mi/.ell. Bud-
dy MeLin, Pat Vogal and Nancy Mc-
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The Alpha Chapter of Dexioma
was founded May. 1940. on the cam-
pus of Stetson University. The pur-
pose of this organization is to pro-
mote the social, cultural, political and
religious life of the members.
Seated, left to right: Barbara Jewell,
Pat Williams, Dephne Ellis, Gwenn
Kelly, Frances Harper, Janice Krugcr,
\ ni lion l.i Karantinos, Yvonne Wal-
dron, Joline Kieklightcr. Glara Nell
Long and Beverly McClure. Second
roir. left to right: Gerarda Sandlierg,
Sherrie Gantt, Orliie Ann McNeil,
Joyce Herrell, Mary Lou Copeland.
Mary Leslie Addison, Jean Dickson.
Kersey Smith, Libby Hiers. Anna Za-
hriskie, Lois White, Jcrlenc Clark and
Jane Harris. Third row. left to right:
Maureen Milicia. Janet Cooper, Alice
Massey, Joan Hodges, Mildred Futch,
Pal Howard and Connie Morris.
Phi Beta Music Fraternity is for young
women who are outstanding in music. It is
a national fraternity striving for professional
achievement in music or dramatics, high ideals
in womanhood and scholarship.
Sealed: Phyllis Hancock. Betsy Duck, Barbara
Chaney, Belly Galloway, and Ruth Sims. Stand-
ing: Pat 1 din- 1. .11. Marilyn Layton, Anne Hunt-
ington and Peggy Hughes.
STUDENT Mill 1ST! \\ ASSOCIATION
The .Student Christian Association is com-
posed id representatives of the Baptist Student
Union, the Westminster Fellowship, the Can-
terbury Club, the Newman Club and the Wes-
lev Foundation. It serves as a clearing house
fur the varied interests of these groups and
provides a vehicle for cooperative action. It
sponsors such projects as Beligious Emphasis
Seated: Jackie Hogue, H. Malcolm and Mar-
tha Jane Singeltary. Standing: Roger Porter.
Carol Belcher, Dr. Wm. McCammon, Margaret
Croshv and Morris Foster.
Y. W. A
The Young Woman's Auxiliary is
an organization of young women on
Stetson's campus who are interested
in a Christian education. Women in
an) class of the Lniversity are eligi-
ble for membership in the Auxiliary.
Cooperation in all phases of the
Collegiate Christian woman's life is
the aim of the YWA.
Seated, left to right: Frances Harper.
Mildred Kulch. Joan Hodges, Gwenn
Kelly, Anna Zabriska, Pat Williams,
Charlotte Tarratus. Janet Cooper,
Sadie Arnette and Wavnelle Moore.
Stnmlitig. left to right: Jean Diekson,
Orbie Ann McNeil, Peggv Smith, Sher-
rie Gantt, Jo Ann Tatum, Diana Mil-
ford, Jodi Strickland, Martha Thames,
Jane Harris, Ava Stewart and Clara
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The Stetson Commerce Club, or-
ganized in 1937, is composed of
students in the School of Business.
The purpose of the organization i- l<>
ilc\rlii|i a better understanding of the
principles and problems of the busi-
Seated: George Herndon, Bea Thom-
as, Don Duchesneau, 15ohli> Crump-
Ion. Standing: David Miller. Pal Lowe,
Louise Smart. Mar> Lou Copclniu'.
The Guild Student Group of the
American Guild of Organists, spon-
sored b) the Daytona Beach Chapter,
was organized at Stetson I niversit)
in May, L952.
The purpose of the Guild is to
advance the cause of worthy church
music: to elevate the status of church
organists, and to increase their ap-
preciation of their responsibilities as
conductors oi worship.
Seated: Crace Waterson, Mary Ross
Anderson, Charles Woodward, Al
Washburn and Pat Edington. Stand-
ing: Avrtett Grace, Ruth Sims, Jark
Rowe, Margaret Taylor and Sidney
AMERICAN GUILD OF ORGANISTS
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Beta Xi. the Stetson chapter of
Beta Beta Beta, which was accepted
into the national organization in
L946, is one of seventy-seven chap-
ters established in universities in the
United States, in the Caribbean reg-
ion and in Asia. Their purpose is to
form honorary societies for students
of the biological sciences and to stim-
ulate sound scholarship, and to en-
courage investigation in the life
Seated: Mary Lane Weaver, A. M. Win-
chester, Advisor; Jim McGlamory,
President; Al Guenther, Vice Presi-
dent, and Mary Moon. Standing: Doris
Mclntyre, Yi Han Chang, Barbara
W ooley and Sarah Martin.
Circle K is a service organization
on the campus. The members have
contributed much to the school in the
wax of beautifying the grounds. This
organization is composed of young
men who have an active interest in
Sealed: Dawson McQuai", Paul Krr-
eher, Clay Rose, Joe Wood. Jim Mar-
see and Richard Lovell. Standing:
Tommy Cauthen, Dean Peterson.
Wayne Pringle, Chuck Sanks, Joe
Folds, Boh Kent. T. K. Hedriek and
The Psi Smith is a group of stu-
dents with the common interest of
psychology; the) study psychological
problems with the aid of new meth-
ods and invite lecturers to throw
more light on this subject.
Seated: John Daagherty, Boh Han-
son. Paul Kercher, Donna Carroll and
Tommy Cauthen. Standing, second
row: Sherrie Canlt. Dale Lauder, Jo-
ann llagen. Cand> Plato, Alethc Gor-
ges and Ralph Turner. Hack: Dr.
Jones. Joel Kaplan. Ray \\ ilson. Boh
Plato and John Goodnow.
Seated, left to right : Jo Ann Lawson, Phil Arms, Sue Sargent,
Mancy McGregor, Diane Smith. Dale Lauder, Mauriee Home,
John Riser, Shirley Cole, Gerarda Sanburg, V. R. Roberts, Bill
Pate and Randy Langston. Standing left to right: Beverly Mc-
Clure, Dr. D. K. Arjona, Martha Jane Singletary, Julianne Prieh-
ard, Paul Kereher, Mary Beth Willoughby. Dr. Frances Thorn-
ton, Betty Galloway, Luther Toole, Grady Snowden, Yi Han
Chang, Dr. J. I.. Hodges, Ray Helpling. C. C. Sellers, Ghuck
Saiiks, Jim McGlamory and C. D. Jordan.
LA I It \\< I AIM
La Franciade is an honorary organization of students from advanced French courses and superior stu-
dents in the intermediate courses to foster an extra-curricular interest in the language, the customs, and the
literature of France.
SIGMA DELTA PI
Sigma Delta Pi is a national honoran scholarship fraternity for advanced students of Spanish.
DER DEUTSCHE VEREL\
Der Deutsche Verein is an honorary organization, the members of which are selected from students in ad-
vanced German classes and superior freshmen and sophomores. Its purpose is to foster an interest in the lan-
guage, the customs, and the literature of Germain.
Gamma Sigma Epsilon is a nati-
onal honorary chemistr) fraternity.
the object of which is to increase in-
terest and scholarship in chemistry.
Scaled: Robert Palmer, Alvin Mead.
Churk Cook, Yi Han Chang, C. C. Sel-
lers. John Todd. Standing: Dr. Men-
der. Kill Right. Dr. Conn. Dr. Beiler.
Dr. Vaughen, Bill Pate.
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Sigma Tau Delta promotes campus
interest in the literal") field. It is
i omposed oi students who have done
outstanding work in the English
studies and who intend to enter a
branch of such studies in their pro-
Seated: Harry Hurst. John Dixon.
Frank Martin, Ruth Hailing. Roger
Porter. Dale Lander and Burt Holmes.
Standing: Dr. Byron Gibson, Shirley
Cole. Joy Frith, Diane Smith. Joe
Crankshaw. June Martin. Marilla Col-
lins, Rirhard Rig»b> and Jean
Phi Alpha Theta is an honorarj
fraternity to encourage the stud) oi
history. It offers a prize to the out-
standing history student graduating
at the June Commencement.
Seated: Professor Barber, Ruth Hail-
ing, Jack Gold. Miss Mills and John
Morgan. Standing : Wm. II. McEniry.
Tommy Cauthen, Ralph Chandler.
Mr. Chauvin, John Hague, Whiter
Showalter and Evan Johnson.
PHI ALPHA THETA
KAPPA DELTA PI
Kappa Delta Pi is a national hon-
orary educational fraternity, endeav-
oring to foster high standards of
preparation for teaching and to in-
yite into bonds of fellowship those
who have attained excellence of schol-
arship and distinction of achievement
as students and servants of education.
Sealed: le/l to right: Dot Montgom-
ery, Ruth Harting. Maxine Patterson,
Ransel Evans, Barbara Wooley, Ann
Whitaker and Joanne Motes. Standing,
left to right: Dr. Ruth I. Smith. Bev-
erly McClure, Donna Roe, Diek Con-
rad, Jackie Humphries, Ruth Togg-
weiler, Dr. Randolph Carter and Alyce
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Kappa Kappa Psi and Tail Beta
Sigma are composed of students who
have done outstanding work in the
Each year students Im.k forward to
the concert performances 1>\ mem-
bers "I llu se groups.
Seated: Lucy Rand, Dottie Godfrey,
Terry Owen, Jo Coburn and June
Barry. Standing: Grady Snowden,
Ransel Evans. Judy Briley, Diane Mil-
ford, Earl Williams. Ruth Clark.
Wayne Coggans and Jerry Lawrence,
KAPPA KAPPA PSI
I A I BETA SIGMA
K A I' P A l» I
The Hatter Art Club was formed
on the Stetson campus in l'J.'io and
in May, 1946. was installed as the
Chapter of Kappa Pi, the oldest art
fraternity among colleges today.
The purpose of Kappa Pi i> to pro-
mote an interest in art and to create
a sincere love of beaut) and appreci-
ation of art.
Seatetl : Vonnie Dunn. Yi Han Chang.
Renie I'elrie. Mary Relh Willoughby.
Standing: Doris I. yon. Louis Freund,
JACK WOOD ALL
MARTHA JANE S1NGELTARY
Schools Section Editor
ENJOYING THE SEMESTER HOLIDAYS are
Vernon. Martha Jane and Jack.
KITTEN RAND and ANNE HILL
Neics Bureau Assistants
First row, left to right: Jim Scheiferstein, Schools:
Joan Wood, Snapshots: John Dixon. Business Man-
ager: Vernon Jobson, Editor; Martha Jane Singel-
tary, Assistant Editor; Ruth Harting, Secretary; Sue
Davi>. Junior Class; Pat Pattison, Schools.
Second roic, left to right: Ralph Turner. Sports; Jaek
Woodall. Managing Editor; Paul Kereher. Senior
Third row. left to right: Man Lane Weaver, Greeks;
Dale Lauder. Administration ; Joan Cromer, Activ-
ities; Sandy Crawford. Features; Sharlene Stockard.
The order of the Scroll and Ke\
was formed in 1')I2 for the purpose
of recognizing and encouraging: high
scholarship. Members are chosen
from the highest five per cent of the
junior and senior classes.
Li'ft to right: Jack Conn. Dr. Richard
Ericson, Chuck Sanks, C. C. Sellers,
and Brace Martin.
SCROLL axd KEY
The Phi Society is an honor society
sponsored 1>\ Phi Beta kappa in a
number of colleges and universities.
It recognizes and honors those stu-
dents in the college of Liberal Arts
outstanding in scholarship. To be eli-
gible for membership, a student must
maintain a B-phis average in the first
\ear of college work.
Seated; Mary Lane Weaver, Joan
Cromer, Nancy McGregor, C. C. Sel-
lers, Buddy Simpson. Vi Han Chang
and John Morgan. Standing: Betty
Galloway, Carl Gipson, Grad; Snow-
den, Sam Ho. Ted Beiler, Chuck Sanks
and Jim McClamory.
Seated, left to right: Gene Stephenson, Mark Mollis. Bob Hedgepeth, Miirtin Stephens, Fred Driver, Paul Smith, Bob Hanson,
Al Meyer and Frank Hathaway. Standing, left to right: Boger Porter, Morris Foster, Diek Hopkins, Buddy MeLin, Frank Mar-
tin, Harold McNeill, Earl Williams, Bay Helpling and Jerry Brown.
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FBED DBIVEB , Captain
MABTIN STEPHENS First Lieutenant
PAUL SMITH Second Lieutenant
BOB HEDGEPETH First Sergeant
Scabbard and Blade is a national military honor
soicety whose members are chosen on merit from
outstanding cadet officers of ROTC by election of
v- _s . t
Seated, left to right: Vernon Jobson, Mary Lane Weaver, Dale Lauder, Bud Young, Hurl Holmes, John Dixon. Martha Jane
Singeltarv and Ralph Turner. Standing, left to right: Joe Crankshaw, Ruth Darting, Paul Kercher, Vickie Anderson, Jaek
Woodall. Paul Ferguson, Jesse Little, Sarah Martin, Ernie Moulton and Nancy Owens.
SIGMA PI KAPPA
Sigma Pi kappa is the honorary journalistic
fraternity consisting of outstanding members of
student publications. Its purposes are to promote
the best interest of the college publications and to
establish and encourage a higher type of journalism.
Seated, left to right: Sue Stibbs, Joan Hodges, Jackie Humphries, Ann Boyter, Carolyn Burnette, Jenny Lu Sleinkamp, Nancy Slater.
Linda Langston, Barbara Hamilton, Caryl Anderson and Doris Fertie. Standing, left to right: Joanne Owens, l*al Garbett, Buth Marl-
ing, Winnie Buth Waters, Frances Sininis, Cynthia Taylor, Betty Jo Dries, Mary Fat Boyer, Sandy Crawford, Martha Jane Sinjjeltary,
Joan Cromer, Betty Jane Flood, Joan Wood, Sandy Shearouse, Mary Carpenter, Lynn Peters, Yvonne Walters, Helen Brock, Claudia
Waites, Orbie Ann McNeil. Donna Jean Nelms. Daphne Ellis, Kathy Snyder, Marie Jensen, Frances Harper and Beverly McClure.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
\ member of the National Education Association and the
Florida Education Association, the local chapter of the Future
Teachers of America states its purpose as: To develop annum
young people who arc preparing In lie teachers an organiza-
tion which shall he an integral pari of state and national edu-
cation associations: to aim toward growing professionally and
participation in activities of interest to future teachers, and to
give teachers in training practical experience in working to-
gether in a democratic way on the problems of the profession
and the community.
THETA ALPHA PHI
The purposes of Theta Alpha Phi
are to increase interest, stimulate cre-
ativeness, and foster artistic achieve-
ment in all of the allied arts and
crafts of the theatre.
Seated: Dale Lauder, Troas Williams,
Sally Doswell, Ann Anderson, Kelly
Weeks and Bea Thomas. Standing:
Al Meyer, Carl Whiddon, Jaek Cold-
iron, Naney Lofgren, Bob Plato, Dr.
O. G. Brockell and Richard Rigsby.
The Sha\ Greek Club is composed
ill main different Greek organizations
from all parts ol the I . S. Six nati-
onal fraternities arc represented in
the organization which was listed as
a campus organization this year.
Seated: Richard Layer, Jean Scheifer-
siein. Roger Williams, Rud Mizell,
Edna Higginbotham and Hill Burleigh.
Standing: Barbara Blizzard, Sally
Johnson. I'alll Hooker. Captain Allien
Avery, Louise Strapt, Jean Morgan.
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Firs/ roir. /e/» /o right: Harry Conner, Chuck Cording, Warren Kendall. Doyle West. Fred Senianie. Pat Pattison, Bob Cruiiiplon. John
Morgan, Frank Singletary and Keith Shamrock. Second row. left to right: Carl Whiddon, Buz Reynolds, Mac Stones, Mel Gregory,
Terrj Hollingsworth, Earle Looman, John Iiiigriind. Sid Knight. Joe Siekaniec, Lew MrBiydo. Harold McNeill, Jack Gibson. Morris
Foster and Dick Saltlick. Third rou: left to right: Ray Henry, Jerry Kern, Jim Kitchens, Dick Meredith and Jack Wuenschel.
Left to right:
JOHN MORGAN Treasurer
BOB CIU MI'TON President
HAROLD McNEILL ... » ice President
PAT PATTISON Secretary
The S Club is an organization of varsity lettermen. Its pur-
pose is to encourage sportsmanship, to develop scholarship,
and to promote a spirit of cooperation among athletes, other
students, and facultj .
The S Club has contributed much to the campus. They fur-
nish the students with programs at the football and basketball
games. Thev installed a scoreboard in the new armory and
have put an intramural board in front of the soda shop. Thev
furnished the cheerleaders with new uniforms and have put
on several outstanding social event-.
During the Green Feather Drive the S Club raised more
monej than any other organization on the campus. They col-
lected money from all cars that passed through DeLand. Over
five hundred dollars was collected.
The freshmen are welcomed to the campus by the S Club.
Rat W eek is something that we all remember and is handled
very well by the S Club.
"S" CLUB MEMBERS shown collecting
monej for the Green Feather Drive are
Joe Siekaniec, Earl Looman, Gene St<--
phenson, and Lewis McBrvde. Members
of the "S" Chili arc often seen with their
hip green blanket at the football ami
basketball games collecting money for
some worthv cause.
Social fraternities and sororities
form the backbone of Stetson*;,
social activities. They further
deepen and enrich a student's
outlook on life.
M \m LANE WEAVER ami JACK WOODALL
DELTA SIGMA PHI
JESS LITTLE President
MABRY CARLTON Secretary
WALT SNYDER Treasurer
BOB BEEKMAN Sgt.-at-4rms
JACK ANTTONEN Vice President
Delta Sigma Phi was founded in 1899 at the College of the
City of New York. It expanded during the early part of the
twentieth century and has continued growing until now there
are 30.000 brothers throughout the l_ nited States and Canada.
Alpha Chi Chapter was installed at Stetson University in 1925
with Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds, present University president, as
charter president of the chapter.
Delta Sig has added much to all phases of campus life. The
annual "Sailors' Ball" is a well-known social event and the
yearly Christmas party for underprivileged children of Volusia
Countv is a noteworthy philanthropic project. Delta Sig
brothers hold numerous honors: Gene Stephenson was chosen
for Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Dave
McDowell was captain of 1955-1956 Stetson Baseball Team, and
Tom McPherson was chosen Outstanding Intramural Athlete
Faculty members in Delta Sigma Phi include Dr. J. Ollie
Edmunds. Dr. A. M. Winchester. Dr. Harry C. Garwood, Coach
Wes Berner, James D. Perdue, and Don C. Yaxley.
L. T. Fagen
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V, alt Snyder
J. 1$. Steelman
Harry Gay lord
J. L. Tyra
Bred N andercook
Jerry W aters
Fred W illiams
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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Lambda Chi Alpha added another tropin to it> mantle by
placing second in Homecoming House Decorations. It repre-
sented a novel steamboat with turning sidewheel and rocking
buo) hailing the slogan "Let's Ship Those Cottonpickers Back
Several brothers continued bringing honors to Lambda Chi
with Burton Holmes serving as S.G.A. Treasurer. Bud 'l oung
working as Business Manager of the REPORTER, and Joe
Huckli'lici i \ acting at Inter-Fraternity Council Treasurer. Bur-
Ion Holmes also is listed in Who's Who in American Colleges
Social and philanthropic phases included blood donations.
an Easter party for underprivileged children. Annual Corona-
tion Ball. Founders' Day Banquet. Annual Lambda Chi apple
polishing party, and numerous open houses.
Originating at Boston University on November 2, 1909.
Lambda Chi Alpha has rapidly grown to become the largest
college social fraternitj in the world with 150 chapters through-
out ibis countrj and Canada. I he local chapter became allili-
ated with International on April 23, 1949. National figures who
hold the white rose as their fraternity flower are Harr\ S. Tru-
man. General Jimim Doolittle, Chester Gould I creator of Dick
Tracy), r'rankie Laine. and liill Hayes.
BURTON HOLMES President JOHN TODD Secretary
CHARLES JOLLEY Treasurer CARROLL SHEI'ERD tire President
Jim 1 1. million
PI KAPPA ALPHA
On March 31. 1951. Pi Kappa Alpha, founded in 1868 at the
University of Virginia, welcomed the Delta Upsilon Chapter
into the national organization.
The founders who chose the Lily of the Valley as their flower
also established the goal of the fraternity, that of trying to
promote high ideals of American manhood in its members.
The Pikes "go native" in the spring with their "Bahama
Weekend." Clad in tropical clothing, they assume all the fes-
tivities of a real vacation in the Caribbean. The Dream Girl
of PiKA, who now is June Barry, is selected during the big
Saturday night dance.
Another group tradition is the annual Founders' Day Ban-
quet, held each year on March 2.
Local members holding campus fame are Frank Slaughter.
President of the Inter-Fraternity Council, and Ed Houston,
Chairman of the Rules and Procedures Committee.
DICK MEREDITH Vice President
DICK SCOTT ' • Assistant Treasurer
FRANK SLAUGHTER President
FRED SLAUGHTER Historian
JOHN GOODNOW Sergeant-at-.4rms
JERRY KERN i . . . . Secretary
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PI KAPPA PHI
L. R. HUFFSTETLER Spring President
JIM HODGE i Secretary
JOHN BOHANAN Treasurer
WAYNE CHASTAIN . Fall President
Having been a master chapter for a number of years. Chi
has been rated first among Pi Kappa Phi fraternities through-
out the nation in recent years, anol now proudly displays the
National Champion Chapter Banner. The local chapter was or-
ganized February 13, 1921; seventeen years after the founding
of Pi Kappa Phi at the University of Charleston.
The Pi Kaps present a program of many and varied whole-
some activities. Their social calendar culminates in the annual
'"Parade of Orchids." and their athletic abilities enable them
to finish among the intramural leaders year in and year out;
noteworthy also, is their winning the Inter-Fraternity Sing.
Members of Pi Kappa Phi are found as leaders in every
phase of campus life: S.G.A. President. Ralph Chandler: ODK
members. Buddy Simpson. Jerry Brown. John Dixon. Ralph
Chandler, and Carl Whiddon; Liberal Arts School President,
Wayne Chastain, and Treasurer. Malcolm Glass: Junior Class
President. Jerry Brown; Sophomore Class President. Joe
Folds: Freshman Class President. Pledge Jim Geiger. and
"Who's Who," Wayne Chastain and Ralph Chandler.
l\ot Pictured: John Daughcrty, John Imgriuid, Sid Knight, Tom
Wehlon, Troas Williams, Boh Byrd. Gene Caruthers, Boh Krinini,
Wesley Martin, Gary Paulson, Jim Powell, Jim Rawls, Jud Rogers,
John Seago, Fred Singleton, Lloyd Williams. Boh Carnes, Clement
C. J. Abernathj
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Sigma \u Fraternit) was founded in 1869 at Virginia Mili-
tar\ Institute. Delta Mu Chapter joined the ranks in 1913 and
is well-known in all phases of campus life, having won many
honors in all fields. National notables following the White Star
include Kay Kaiser. Glenn Miller. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. Herman
Talmadge, and Senator George Smathers.
Sigma Nu took first place in the Homecoming Lawn Decora-
tion and Skit. All-Intramural Tropin. Hatter Holiday for the
fourth consecutive \ear, and winner of the All-Star football
game. The Snakes are well represented in athletics, having
members on all varsity teams. The annual White Star Formal
and numerous parties and dances contributed to the social life.
Harold McNeill was chosen Mr. Stetson; Vernon Jobson.
1956 HATTER Editor, and Morris Foster. Homecoming Mayor.
Other prominent officers include Presidents of B. S. \J. and
S. C. A. -- Foster and Malcolm: President of Men's Council
and Senior Class - - Martin Stephens. Sigma Nu's Meyer,
Crumpton. Stephens, and Foster are listed in "Who's Who."
MORRIS FOSTER President
HAROLD McINEILL Vice President
CHARLES FOX . i Treasurer
JACK WOODALL Recorder
Not Pictured: William Cross. Curry Lindsey, Pal Pattison, Ralph
Turner, Fred Fiore, James Ilearn, Boyd Hildebrand, John Holm.
Beemer Hoolihan, Earle Hunt, Tom Reaves, Kerry Robb, H. J.
Rohinson, Cordon Roepke, Bryce Waller.
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Charles Van Meter
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SIGMA PHI EPSILON
On February 12. 1949. Florida Beta united with 131 other
Sig Ep Chapters to become a part of the national organization
which was founded by twelve students at Richmond College.
Richmond. Virginia, on November 1. 1901.
Dean E. C. Furlong. Dr. John V. Vaughan. Representative
Bill Matthews, the late Governor Dan McCarty, and Ben Hibbs,
editor of the Saturday Evening Post are several of the famous
men who acknowledge the violets and American Beauty rose
as their fraternity flower.
A highlight of the Sig Ep"s social season is their annual
Queen of Heart's Ball, held in February. The Founders' Day
Banquet and the fraternity parties supplement the social cal-
endar. Florida Beta played host for the Florida Chapters' meet-
ing with their District Governor. Joe Crankshaw was spotlighted
in the National Sig Ep magazine as one of the outstanding
speakers at the 25th Grand Chapter Conclave in Cincinnati,
I ii the intramural line, the Sig Eps won the 1955 horseshoe
trophy for the second consecutive year; also they were awarded
the Foster-Whitaker Athletic Achievement Trophy. Sig Eps
holding campus positions include: T. K. Hedrick. I. F. C. Sec-
retary; Joe Crankshaw. REPORTER Editor; Frank Hathaway,
Chairman of Traffic Committee, and Pledge Tom Kuhn, RE-
POBTER Sports Editor.
GEORGE LUX Vice President DICK WHITE Comptrolh-r
JOE CRANKSHAW President
RILL RENZING Historian
. . ^jriorlda (I3etu Chapter
T. K. Hedrick
Jim I li mil ii k-..ii
Charles I loir Mini'
Richard \\ kite
Marvin Anthony Wayne Galloway
Kill Benzing Wayne Goggins
Joe Crankshaw Tom Kuhn
Jim Kirkland Alven Smith
Charles Folds Larry Webb
First row, left to right: Bill Abel, Charles Holcomb, Warren Kendall, Jack Anttonen. Frank Hathaway, Frank Slaugh-
ter, Jess Little, John Todd, T. K. Hedriek. Second rmv: F. P. Show alter, Joe Crankshaw, Burton Holmes, Vernon
Jobson, Morris Foster, Jack Varasse, Benny Henniiiginglon, Fred Slaughter, T. C. Weldon, L. B. Huffstetler.
DELTA SIGMA PHI
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
PI KAPPA ALPHA
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
PI KAPPA PHI
L. B. Huffstetler
F. P. Showalter
T. C. Weldon
1 BANK SLAUCHTEB
T. K. HEDBICK
First rote, left to right: Betty Jane Flood, Diane Smith, Norma Jean Bainbridge, Caroline Melnnis. Donna Boe. Buth
Halting, Joan Cromer. Second rote: Sue Beynolds, Benie I'etrie, Sylvia Holladay. Barbara Sapp, Babs Blakely, Joan
Hodges, Joanne Motes, Buth Toggweiler.
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ALPHA \I DELTA
ZETA TAU ALPHA
DELTA DELTA DELTA
Norma Jean Bainbridge
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PI BETA PHI
Betty Jane Flood
I ice President
ALPHA XI DELTA
Alpha Xi Delta was founded at Lombard College, Gales-
burg. Illinois, on April 17. 1893. The founders chose the
golden quill to wear over their hearts and the pink Killarney
rose for the fraternity flower and the colors, double blue and
gold. Outstanding alums include: Katherine Chase Goodrich,
author of "Uncle Walt and Skeezix" and "The Romance of
Helen Trent"; Martha MacDowell. assistant merchandising edi-
tor of Mademoiselle; Nancy Sasser, author of the syndicated
column. Buy-Lines; and Emnn Lou Cairns, assistant to the
eminent Diego Rivera.
Here at Stetson. Omega Chapter has its share of beauty,
brains and leadership. Ruth Toggweiler was Miss Stetson 1955;
Military Ball Queen Sue Ferrell is also SGA Vice President.
The Honor claims Ruth Halting, Sue Reynolds, and Sue Fer-
rell; Cheerleader. Barbara Wodischek; Majorette. Pat Parrish.
Dale Lauder keeps the news up to date with her column in the
REPORTER called "Hatter Chatter" and serves as president of
La Franciade. Alpha Xi's took the Hatter Holiday trophy along
with the Inter-Frat Sing and second place in scholarship. Four
members. Carolyn McMullen. Sue Reynolds. Dale Lauder, and
Sue Ferrell, were elected to Who's Who.
SUE REYNOLDS ....
Recording Secretary RUTH HARTING Membership Chairman
Chaplain MARY ALICE SMITH Treasurer
President DALE LAUDER Pledge Trainer
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DELTA DELTA DELTA
Delta Delta Delta, founded on Thanksgiving Eve in 1888 at
Boston University, is organized to establish a perpetual bond
of friendship among its members and to help develop a more
womanly character in its members. The same founding group
also chose the stars and crescent as the emblem, and motto
since made sacred to Tri Delts all over the world: "Let us
steadfastly love one another.""
Alpha Delta Chapter, the first Tri Delt chapter established
in this state, is one of 99 collegiate chapters today.
Among the many honors achieved by Stetson Tri Delts are
Donna Roe wielding the gavel over the Women's Executive
Council and Pan-Hellenic Council; Caroline Mclnnis, Veep
of the Women's Executive Council and R. 0. T. C. Sponsor;
Jennv Lu Steinkamp. Prexy of North Hall. Future Teachers
and a vivacious cheerleader. These three were also honored
by being named to "Who s Who. "
Alpha Delta Chapter members are not only noted for their
leadership qualities but also for their scholastic achievements.
They ranked first in scholarship for 1954-1955.
Peggy Livingston, well known in many of Stetson's activities,
won the award for having the highest scholastic average of any
Sophomore last year, and in the fall of 1955 she represented
Stetson at American University in Washington. D. C.
Each year the chapter awards a scholarship to a deserving
girl in the L niversih .
CAROLINE McINNIS President JOANNA JOHNSON Treasurer
VERONA MARTIN Secretary
CAROLYN RURNETTE Chaplain
NORMA JEAN RAINRR1DGE Rush Captain
Norma Jean Bainbridgt
Jenny Lu Steinkamp
Mary Ray Freeman
Jo Ann La« son
^Tipha oDeltci Chapter
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Charlotte \\ ail-
In March. L949, llie Alpha Xi Chapter joined the ranks of
Phi \Iu. which have grown to include 70 chapters. The Phi Mu
Fraternity was founded in March. 1852, in Macon, Georgia.
Organized to follow a purpose which is social, spiritual, and
fraternal, the Phi Mil's chose the enchantress carnation as their
flower, and state their motto as "Les Soeurs Fideles."
Our charitable project is an Easter part) for needy children.
Joan Hodges, Rae Jean Casciola. and Joan Rousseau are
sparkling additions to the half-time shows in football season.
Donna Carroll you will find in Stover Theater taking part in
several of the plays. Marlene Lackman works on the RE
JOAN HODGES Chaplain
LINDA ROGERS Vice President
BARBARA SAPP President
Sj Ivia Smith
Rae Jean Caseiola
Mary Lee Houston
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Not Pictured: Shirley Hilbish, Marie Jenson, Gail Bowerhan, Barbara Weyand.
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PI BETA PHI
Pi Beta Phi was first established as a national sorority in
1867. founded 1:>\ a group of women at Monmouth College in
Monmouth, Illinois. The Florida Alpha Chapter was the first
Greek social group to make its appearance on Stetson's campus
organizing in May of 1913. Pi Phi is the oldest and largest
national sororitv, having over 54,000 living members and 102
active chapters. The sorority established and maintains as a
national philanthropic project the Settlement School for Under-
privileged in Gatlinburg. Tenn.
On Stetson's campus the wearers of the Pi Phi arrow are
proud of their achievements and their representation in all
phases of campus life. Betty Jane Flood holds the office of
Secretary of the Student Government Association; Willabeth
Peck. Treasurer of the Sophomore Class, was named Outstand-
ing Freshman Woman last year: June Barry, who heads the
Majorette Corps, was chosen Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha
in 1955; Martha Jane Singeltary, an Honor Member, is assis-
tant Editor of the HATTER; Ann Whitaker is a member of
the Honor; Janet Greene. Marion Sternberg, and Lynn Ezell
lead Stetson cheers; Pat Figuero is Treasurer of the Music
School; Merrill Maguire was elected Secretary of the Sopho-
more Class; and Pi Phi President Joanne Motes holds also
the presideiu \ of the Honor, election to Who's Who in Amer-
ican Colleges and Universities, and the title of Homecoming
Hostess. The most recent additions to the Phi Society from
Pi Beta Phi Fraternity were Joan Cromer, and Mary Lane
MERRILL MAGUIRE Chaplain
JOYCE JOHNSON Treasurer
MARILYN LAYTON Vice President
JOANNE MOTES President
JUNE MARTIN Recording Secretary
SALLY JOBSON Corresponding Secretary
MARTHA JANE SINGELTARY Rush Captain
BETTY MILLER Pledge Trainer
Belty Jane Flood
Marilyn I, avion
Martha Jane Singellai-y
Mary Fane Weaver
Mary Belh Willoughby
Lynn I /. II
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ZETA TAU ALPHA
Zeta Tau Alpha was founded at Longwood College. Farm-
ville. \ irginia. in 1898. Beta Psi Chapter was organized on the
Stetson campus in 1934 and today there are 105 chapters in
the I nited States and Canada.
In addition to having a beautifully redecorated apartment,
the Zeta's are proud of the achievement plaque which was
awarded to Beta Psi for being the most outstanding chapter
in the province. An outstanding event of the year was the visit
of Mrs. Elliot Chapman, national president of Zeta Tau Alpha.
Beta Psi initiated Mrs. R. B. Hall of the Stetson faculty earlier
in the year.
The Christmas spirit was truly enriched this year at the
part) which was given for underprivileged children. The spirit
of fun was present at the party which Zeta gave for all soror-
ities and fraternities at DeLeon Springs. Barbara Jones and
Vickie Anderson have been busy throughout the year with the
Stover Theatre plavs.
Louise Smart and Mary Ross Anderson received scholarships
for having the highest averages in the Freshman and Junior
classes respectively. Caryl Anderson, who became a member of
the Honor, was elected Secretary of the Business School.
The outstanding social event of the year for the Zetas was
the annual Madri Gras weekend. Dean Etter Turner of Stetson
and Faith Baldwin are just two of the prominent women who
are proud possessors of the Zeta Tau Alpha badge.
BABS BLAKELY . .
. . Secretary DIANE SMITH Ritual Chairman
Vice President EILEEN BRONINER Historian
Vice President ARLINE MAGUIRE Treasurer
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\ irginia Barlow
Miirv Pal Bower
\ ickie Anderson
Mary Ellen Baier
Donna Jean Nelms
Betty Jean Robinson
Janelle ^ illcox
Mary Boss Anderson
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H . MALCOLM
These, the Outstanding Seniors, have been selected on a recommendation of the
student body to represent our campus as contributing the most towards the high
standards and ideals of our I niversity.
RALPH C H A NDLER
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J O HN IMGR U N D
A L MEYER
"Who's Wliu Among Students in American Colleges
and Universities'" is published yearly to recognize the
most outstanding leaders in campus activities and is one
of the highest honors given to any student at Stetson
\ committee composed of students and faculty suli-
mitted a li>t of nominees to the Academic Council which
made the final selection on the hasis of merit shown
in student activity, scholarship and leadership abilit\.
JENNY LU STEINKAMP
WAYNE CHASTAIN CAROLYN M c MULLEN
FRANCES HARPER MORRIS FOSTER
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if Hip. and rv/idd Stetson
M ARY L A \ E W EANER
This section is presented with the idea that there is enough heauty on Stetson's
:ampus for the entire year. These girls, selected by the sororities and fraternities,
show that the Greeks have an eye for beauty as well as their studies.
a u k
SHARLENE STOCK A RD
L^alendcir of d5eau
M A R I L Y N LAYTON
T H E A T E IS
Man) hours of toil b\ the members of Stover Theater
brought forth fine performance? this year. Under the direc-
tion of Dr. 0. G. Brockett. the work on costumes, make-up.
scene painting, and rehearsals resulted in the final product -
a wonderful performance.
Enjoyed In main this year were the outstanding presenta-
tions "Sabrina Fair": "Media"': "The Red Mill." staged by
the Music School: and ""Much Ado Vboul Nothing."
Hours of rehearsal and individual stud) resulted in bringing
each performance to perfection as "the show goes on."
I', in Id \ and Jerry make eyes . . .
Tama . . .
JERRY RROWN PROVES that practice make
SHEAKESPEAREAN PLAY com»
to life in Stover Theater.
PAINTERS AND SCILPTORS <li>plav their talent in Holme* Hall.
Lecturers and artists, representing many fields, were re-
ceived at Stetson with great interest this year, under the spon-
sorship of the Fine Arts Committee, headed by Roger Cushman.
Noted architect Francis Walton. Daytona Beach, was the
first lecturer. Next, Gordon Hendricks, critic, commented on
famed motion pictures, giving examples of films. The Florida
Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Frank Miller, presented
an outstanding performance, followed by a concert of the
Julliard String Quartet, New York.
Dr. A. Didier Graffe of the Universit) of Florida, revealed
the beauties of Japanese art to students in lectures. The final
programs were led by James L. Dickey, poet, author and lec-
Chairman of Fine Arts
THE JULLIARD STRING QUARTET, one of the features of the fine arts program.
"i ii lil Not ic. Temptatioi
It's W onderful'
'There's Nothing I. ike a Dame"
•Life Gets Tedious
'It's a Woman' 1 * World
Kebel Without a Cause"
Participating in our
nation's defense program,
the ROTC imparts discipline,
physical improvement and
tactical military knowledge in
The military, known to must of the University as the
R. 0. T. C... prepares the men of the University to defend our
country while they work for their diplomas.
Realizing that the defense of the nation is everyones' respon-
sibility, the men of the corps work to become well acquainted
with all phases of warfare. The R. 0. T. C. program teaches
the men the skills of leadership and instills in them the quali-
ties of courage, fidelity, and knowledge.
With an excellent opportunity for practical experience on the
ALLAN MEYER Fall Semester
MORRIS FOSTER Spring Semester
drill field and at summer camp, the Reserve Officers" Training
Corps has become the nation's chief source of obtaining young
The men in R. 0. T. C. learn to work together as a team
and to accept their fellow cadet'- and officers for what they are.
The R. 0. T. C. furnishes the Stetson men with a well
rounded program of physical, scholastic, and mental training
that will prepare them to face the future with securih and
COLONEL WESLEY E. FARMER, PMS&T
MAJOR REX T. HENRY
CAPTAIN ALBERT M. AVERY
M/SCT. RALPH A. BECKER, Sgt. Major
SFC. HARRY G. THORN, Ass't. Instructor
SFC. WILLIAM K. COBB, Ass't. Instructor
SFC. JESSIE E. COFER, Ass't. Instructor
THE RIFLES and dress of
students are carefully in-
REGULAR CLOSE ORDER DRILL leads to perfection.
CADETS PREPARE EOR
DRILL IS ONE OF THE ESSENTIAL factors in making a sharp corps. Under the leadership of student officers, the cadets appear in
parades, perforin for special guests, and participate in national holidays.
CADETS LEARN through practical training.
TRAINEES gfl the feci of a parachute jump.
FORT B E N N I N G , GEORGIA
CADETS EXPERIENCE a rigorous *i\ ^M•.■ks of Armv life.
flH * '*"*
UNIQUE IDEAS come to life.
FINAL PREPARATIONS are being made.
\v i: i k i: \ i»
(Left) RETIRINC QUEEN SUE
FERRELL, escorted by Major Fred
Driver, crowns Queen Marilla Col-
lins, escorted by I.t. Colonel Morris
(Right) COLONEL WESLEY FARMER de-
livers a brief speech at the Scabbard and
Blade banquet during the Military Weekend.
(Left) QUEEN MARILLA COLLINS
and her Royal Court: Bobbi Jones.
Carol Roberts, Doris Rocker, Linda
Rogers, and Sharlene Storkard.
yhe City of DeLaiul and the DeLand Chamber of Coinmeree are
proud of Stetson University's established reeord for training men
and women for the business of living. Proud, too. they are of the
recognition brought to DeLand by the many individual students,
student groups and alumni who are constantly presenting some
phase of Stetson University — and consequently DeLand — to
P|eLand and Stetson University together have more to offer winter
visitors and new residents than 'most any other section of the State.
If you are interested in DeLand as a vacation spot or a place of
permanent residence, write
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
IN FLORI DA'S
FOR 58 YEARS
JOHN G. GRAVLEE, District Manager
Florida Power Corporation
CHEVROLET — OLDSMOBILE
550 So. Blvd.
For Fifty Years
Finest Store For
The mark of the world's most famous hat
by STETSON . . . smart <A
bound edge and medium
height crown $12.95
by STETSON... a
natural silhouette with
the exclusive Stetson
hand-felted Mode Edge $15
JOHN B. STETSON CO
THE CLASS OF '56
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DELAND FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Ifc^-vSa. * '4%"#iG-i":*>
SOUTH'S LARGEST JEWELERS
116 N. Boulevard Phone 722
E . B H R E N
134 N. Boulevard
Bob # s Radio Service
206 W. Rich Avenue
HOME — AUTO RADIO
SOUND EQUIPMENT — TELEVISION
THE WEST FAMILY
Stetson Flower Shop
Wish you the best of Luck
for being able to serve you for the past 24 years
218 N. Boulevard
a t i o n s to
Lumber and Building
North Delaware Ave.
118 West New York Ave.
BLUE RIBBON TIP
Grade "A" Fancy
^Jhe Colonel ^aui :
Congratulations and Best Wishes
TO THE CLASS OF FIFTY-SIX
Louisville Baseball Club
'Your Springtime Neighbors from Kentucky'
-At Ljreat I lame in i^iotnin
'SUITS THE SOUTH"
IN DAYTON A
' Latest in Books
DAYTONA BOOK STORE
"Buy Where Your Varsity
232 S. Beach Street
>IWAYS FIRST QUALITY!
THE DELAND SUN-NEWS
IS READ DAILY AND SUNDAY
FOR NEWS OF
- JACKSONVILLE — COCOA
Federal Reserve System
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Congratulations to Graduates of 1956 from
Cosron's Laundry & Dry
DeLAND'S LATEST METHODS IN
221 S. Florida Avenue
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION
invite you to higher training for
Superior Christian Leadership
SOUTHERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Louisville, Ky., Duke K. McCall, Pres.
SOUTHWESTERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Fort Worth, Texas, J. Howard Williams, Pres.
NEW ORLEANS BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
New Orleans, La., Roland Q. Leavell, Pres.
GOLDEN GATE BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Berkeley, Calif., Harold K. Graves, Pres.
SOUTHEASTERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Wake Forest, N. C, Sydnor L. Stealey, Pres.
"A coll to preach is o call to prepare"
A WALGREEN AGENCY
Modern Soda Fountain
Cosmetics and Gifts
S. R. LANGSTON, JR., Manager
121 N. Boulevard DoLand
ALL FORMS OF
138 West Indiana Avenue
DELAND CAMERA SHOP
Cameras — Supplies — Photo Finishing
142 N. Boulevard
Phone 277-R DeLond, Florida
ON THE BOULEVARD
'You Can Be Sure If It's Westinghouse'
Gerald E. Frierson, Owner
Orange Belt Pharmacy
Three Licensed Druggists to Serve You
Complete Drug and Fountain Service
Next to Dreka Theatre
FLORIDA'S FINEST FOOD STORES
Two Fine Stores
WEST NEW YORK AVENUE
EAST RICH AVENUE
BEST WISHES FROM
First Atlantic National Bank
of Daytona Beach
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
542 Seabreeze Blvd. Telephone CL 2-5591
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
JEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS
139 N. Be
Champion Knitwear Co., Inc.
* ATHLETIC KNIT GOODS
* "J" SHIRTS AND SWEAT SHIRTS
Sold at the
STETSON UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
CASKEY'S MUSIC SHOP
Records Phone 61 6- J Sheet Music
214 NORTH BOULEVARD
Musical Instruments and Supplies
FLORIDA LAW AND PRACTICES
A Complete Encyclopedia
of Living Florida Law
FOR FLORIDA LAWYERS
Authors who know the peculiarities of the Florida Law
Write for details, including free examination of
THE HARRISON COMPANY
LAW BOOK PUBLISHERS
Post Office Box 4214
Atlanta 2, Georgia
Serving the Lawyers of the South for more than 47 years
MORE PEOPLE (69,500,000)* HAVE
MORE SAVINGS DOLLARS
IN BANKS These wise and thrifty folk
like the convenience of "one-stop banking" . . . the
reassurance of having cash in the bank when they
need it . . . the special advantage of getting inter-
est on their savings — without making an invest-
ment. Why not start BANKING your savings —
Estimated figures, Dec. 31, 1954
(J#f IOAI TRVST (pMPAJIY
CENTRAL AT NINTH
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
\- THE BANK OF FRIENDLY SgFtN^lCE^I
AIR CONDITIONED TV IN ROOMS
"A Safe Place to Stay"
1349 N. BOULEVARD
143 East Voorhis
Congratulations Seniors . . . On Your Achievements to Date
And Best Wishes Through the Coming Years —
"STETSON'S MEETING PLACE OFF CAMPUS"
TO THE 1956 GRADUATES
HERE TO SERVE YOU
CURREY THE FLORIST
116 East Indiana
To the Class of 1956
American Stencil Mfg. Co.
2714 Walnut Street
Denver 5, Colorado
TONY and JAY'
Where the Stars of
Stage, Screen and Radio
Meet and Eat
SPECIALIZING IN ITALIAN FOOD
15 N. Coates St.
Daytona Beach, Florida
Phone Clinton 22021
Pryde Men's Apparel
Phone CL 2-3561
JANTZEN & CATALINA BEACH & SPORTSWEAR
Pryde Ladies 7 Apparel
Phone CL 4277
MANHATTAN SHIRTS AND BLOUSES
Ship and Shore
1916 S. Atlantic Avenue
SETZER SHOPPING CENTER
2136 S. Atlantic Avenue
WALKER SHOPPING CENTER
WEE WASH IT
Washing — Ironing — Dry Cleaning
245 N. Boulevard
Touchton Drug Co., Inc.
SODA — COSMETICS — PRESCRIPTIONS
"Where Friends Meet"
100 S. Boulevard
Come See . . .
and Food Stores
IN DAYTONA BEACH
HOTEL— INN — COTTAGES
air conditioned rooms and cottages • new
swimming pool • dining room
A. R. COGSWELL
BLUE PRINTS — PHOTOSTAT COPIES
Engineering & Architectural Supplies
433 West Bay Street
P. O. Box 25 Jacksonville 1, Florida
AT LOWER COST
Pete and Tom
The Success You Have Brought Us!
203 N. Boulevard DeLand, Florida
309 N. Boulevard
"Flowers For Every Occasion"
Stetson Students Always Welcome
146 N. Boulevard
CONGRATULATIONS . . .
Graduates of the Class of '56
No matter where the path may lead,
please accept our best wishes for a
future full of happiness, prosperity and
continued good fortune.
Florida National Group
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
EDUCATION IS A NEVER-ENDING PROCESS
. . . served best by the daily newspaper as indispensable
text-book, staunch ally, indubitable conveyor of knowledge
from every area of the earth, and reporter covering every
A Newspaper That Demonstrates Its Beliefs In Education
By Serving It Diligently And Practically Is The
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
DAYTONA BEACH MORNING JOURNAL
DAYTONA BEACH EVENING NEWS
THE SUNDAY NEWS-JOURNAL
The News-Journal Radio Stations — WNDB & WNDB-fm
— together constituting the chief news sources of the peo-
ple of the great middle East Coast section of Florida.
G. G. SMITH DRUGS
Revlon — Lanvin — Christian Dior
Helena Rubinstein — Lentheric — Dorsay
Tabu — Guerlain — Old Spice — Seaforth
Max Factor's — Coty — Faberge — Angel ique
Houbigant — Chant illy — Richard Hudnut
138 N. Boulevard
FURNITURE REPAIR & UPHOLSTERY
DRAPERIES INTERIOR DECORATING
BED SPREADS RUGS
"Let Us Help You With Your Room"
SKY HARBOR — DeLAND
MAGNUS BECK CO.,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
MEATS, PRODUCE, SUNDRIES
Your Favorite Ice-Cold Beverages
1204 N. Boulevard DeLand, Fla.
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
From 8 A. M. to 8 P. M.
SILK SCREENED "T" SHIRTS PRINTED
TO ORDER FOR SCHOOLS, CLUBS,
CAMPS, AND ORGANIZATIONS
DeLAND MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
Chimney Corner Restaurant
3 MILES SOUTH OF DeLAND
ON RT. 17-92
1956 GRADUATING CLASS
REDWING CARRIERS, INC.
Tampa — Jacksonville — Fort Lauderdale
THE WHITEHAIR COMPANY
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
and Loan Association
J ESS MATH AS
Clerk Circuit Court
KEMP'S DONUT SHOP
'Come In and Meet Your Friends'
224 N. BOULEVARD
J. E. SUMMERHILL, Funeral Director
24-Hour Ambulance Service
26 East New York Ave. DeLand, Florida
BETTY DREKA SHOP
WHERE STETSON STUDENTS
ARE ALWAYS WELCOME
105 S. Boulevard
ST. JOE PAPER COMPANY
The Trustees, Faculty and Student Body on the
growth and advancement so evident in
all Departments and Branches of
JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY
Kent's Photo Shop & Studio
Your KODAK Dealer
Authorized Bell & Howell, Graflex, Polaroid,
Carl Zeiss, Etc.
216 N. Boulevard
P. 0. Box 748
Without Our Advertisers
WOULD NOT BE SEPARATED
FROM THE FRONT COVER
BY MANY PAGES!
. . . THEY REMEMBERED YOU!
The Business Staff
THE 1956 HATTER
FOR FINE PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY
331 East Rich Avenue
See Pages 186 & 187 Miss Hatter Portraits by Wesclark
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